CLINTON'S BTU TAX PROPOSAL DRAWS MORE FIRE

Despite opposition from the U.S. energy industry, the Clinton administration's BTU tax has withstood some key tests. The House of Representatives supported the president's proposed economic program in principle, if not in detail, in a 243-183 endorsement of a budget resolution that calls for $104 million more in deficit reduction than Clinton sought.

Mar 29th, 1993
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