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White House budget cuts for 2005

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posted on Feb, 6 2004 @ 05:03 AM
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This is a partial list of the programs which the White House wishes to cut back or terminate in 2005. What happened to all of Bush's concern for the poor and for education?

Advanced Technology Program, which supports high-risk technology development with the private sector. 2004: $171 million; 2005: 0.

School Alcohol Abuse Reduction. 2004: $30 million; 2005: 0.

Arts in Education grants. 2004: $35 million; 2005: 0.

Comprehensive School Reform grants for low-income schools. 2004: $234 million; 2005: 0.

Eisenhower Math and Science Education Programs. 2004: $20 million; 2005: 0.

Even Start family literacy. 2004:$247 million; 2005: 0.

Education Department Parental Information and Resource Centers. 2004: $42 million; 2005: 0.

Community Development Block Grants. 2004: $334 million; 2005: 0.

HOPE VI public housing revitalization. 2004: $149 million; 2005: 0.

Tax-favored Empowerment Zones. 2004: $15 million; 2005: 0.

Brownfields Redevelopment. 2004: $25 million; 2005: 0.

Rural Housing and Economic Development. 2004: $25 million; 2005: 0.

Local Law Enforcement Grants. 2004: $1.58 billion; 2005: 0.

Juvenile crime prevention block grants. 2004: $59 million; 2005: 0.

Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Training. 2004: $77 million; 2005: 0.

Smaller Learning Communities to divide large high schools into smaller ones. 2004: $174 million; 2005: 0.

Health Professional Training Grants. 2004: $409 million; 2005: $126 million.

Rural Health Aid. 2004: $147 million; 2005: $56 million.

Homeland Security first responders. 2004: $4.37 billion; 2005: $3.56 billion.

Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Program. 2004: $78 million; 2005: $44 million.

Election Reform. 2004: $1.49 billion; 2005: $65 million.

SOURCE: White House's Office of Management and Budget




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