Public health advocacy groups say reduced funding will lead to disaster.
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Defense Department seeks repeal of legislation requiring contractors to offer employees health benefits comparable to those of federal workers.
Study supposed to examine alternatives for modernizing Air Force's aging fleet of aerial refueling tankers.
Bush administration’s $419 billion request, almost 5 percent more than last year, also curtails spending on some weapons systems.
President Bush wants to cut 150 programs, but last year Congress axed only one of 13 federal efforts OMB had designated as not working.
Union official less optimistic about equal pay increases for military service members and civil servants in 2006.
Budget proposes to eliminate or sharply reduce 150 federal programs, saving about $20 billion.