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Obama pushes domestic priorities in 2015 budget

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The White House set out a statement of the Democratic Party's election-year priorities Tuesday morning, unveiling a $3.9 trillion budget for fiscal 2015 that would boost spending on domestic priorities, raise taxes on the rich and shrink the military. The plan would raise taxes by almost $1 trillion over the next 10 years, mostly on the wealthy. Revenues would climb to 19.9 percent of GDP by...

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