National Journal looks at controversies surrounding the 13 annual appropriations bills in 2000. The story reveals internal conflicts in the Republican party, resulting from tax cuts and the fiscal belt-tightening that ensued. "The White House even threatened that Bush might veto spending bills written by his own party's congressional majority," the magazine reports. The article examines the spending allocations for the major House and Senate committees and subcommittees.
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