balanced budgets

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  • This year's balanced budget contains resources to help them reach higher standards. Cited from State of the Union, William J. Clinton
  • The newspaper was given five years before it had to produce a balanced budget.
  • And my balanced budget makes a good down payment toward that goal. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • I know many of you in this chamber support the balanced-budget amendment. Cited from State of the Union, William J. Clinton
  • In spite of all these measures, he has so far been unable to finish with a balanced budget.
  • Our balanced budget will increase funding for these critical efforts by almost two-thirds over the next five years. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • Thus almost all parties continue to promise lower taxes, more social programs, and a balanced budget.
  • He supports a balanced budget at the national level, as is required for all the states.
  • He promised a balanced budget, government aid to private business, and lower taxes.
  • He has focused on farm issues, educational matters, and providing a balanced budget.
  • We will continue along the path toward a balanced budget in a balanced economy. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • It must be done by all of us going forward with a program aimed at reaching a balanced budget. Cited from U.S. Presidential Inaugural Addresses, by Various
  • Thus, the U.S. federal government is not required to have a balanced budget.
  • In each subsequent year the Michigan legislature has passed, and the governor has signed a balanced budget.
  • So my balanced budget triples the funding for summer school and after-school programs to keep a million children learning. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • Notably, the state constitution presently requires the state government to maintain a balanced budget.
  • The government tried to stay away from economic matters as much as possible and hoped that a balanced budget would be maintained.
  • It is often proposed that a balanced-budget rule be added to the national United States Constitution.
  • We have had a balanced budget only eight times in the last 57 years. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • Last, but not least, we have the principle of the balanced budget.
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