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Biden budget to put price tag on policy priorities, earn likely Republican rebuke

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By Jeff Mason and Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House on Friday will lay out President Joe Biden’s budget for trillions of dollars in spending on infrastructure, education and other initiatives, but the plan is unlikely to sway Republicans who want to tamp down U.S. government spending. Biden, a Democrat, will put price tags on his policy priorities in what is expected to be a roughly $6 trillion blueprint for the fiscal year that starts on Oct. 1. The budget is Biden’s first since taking office in January and is largely a political document that kicks off what will likely be …

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