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The budget the old-fashioned way

Although it comes in various electronic formats, the president's 2008 budget proposal is still popular as an ink-and-paper document. Members of the press were restricted to one free copy each, to be picked up in person the morning of its release. The multivolume set rolled off Government Printing Office presses in Washington, D.C., Feb. 5 as President Bush transmitted his budget to Congress.

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