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April 6, 2007
This publication shows how the median income family's 2006 income tax dollars were spent for every state and 200 cities, towns and counties.
Feb. 5, 2007
The budget request released by the administration proposes cuts in non-security related discretionary spending. Compared to fiscal year 2006, $13 billion would be cut from these programs, while another $100 billion would be added for more war spending. State-level tables and other information are now available. State-level factsheets are also available.
April 6, 2006
This publication shows how the median income family's 2005 income tax dollars were spent for every state and 200 cities, towns and counties.
Feb. 8, 2006
The administration released its budget request for fiscal year 2007 proposing deep cuts to domestic spending. NPP offers an analysis with state-level breakdowns on the impact of this budget proposal.
Sept. 22, 2005
Congress cut the Clean Water State Revolving Fund for next year. State cuts are provided in this table.
Sept. 2, 2005
This page indicates the potential impact of cuts in community and economic development funding to selected cities.
April 11, 2005
The President's Budget: Impact on the States provides a state-by-state breakdown showing what each state would lose in federal funding.
April 5, 2005
With this publication, taxpayers can take stock of how the federal government spent each 2004 income tax dollar.
Feb. 8, 2005
On Monday, February 7, 2005, the Bush Administration sent to Congress its budget request for fiscal year 2006. Under the proposed budget, discretionary spending would increase overall
Aug. 21, 2004
This publication summarizes the provisions in the new Medicare bill that will limit seniors' savings and offers state-by-state numbers on the dollars spent annually on prescription drugs and their rising cost.