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Copies of an overview of President Obama's budget for fiscal 2010 are lined up on a table at the U.S. General Printing Office in Washington. (Stelios Varias/Reuters)

Updated 11:23 a.m.
The White House has made the Fiscal Year 2010 Budget summary available online at the Office of Management and Budget Web site. Click here to read it.

The 134-page budget (PDF) also can be read here at The Washington Post.

Posted at 11:00 AM ET on Feb 26, 2009  | Category:  Primary Source
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After reading through the entire budget, I was very impressed on the level of detail that he provided in budget allocations for some Departments, like Agriculture. He was however very vague with what other Departments would spend money on. I outlined the budget in way that makes a little more sense for the average American. http://www.onlineforextrading.com/blog/federal-budget-broken-down/ It shows budget Allocation based on Department

Posted by: RebekahManning | February 27, 2009 3:23 PM

Over $11k in more spending for each and every American.

Posted by: JakeD | February 26, 2009 1:35 PM

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