Bush's proposed tax cut makes budget-trimming a necessity. But that will make it tough to keep some campaign promises.
The Administration has pledged to spend about $50 billion on schools and new early-education reading programs.
The President promised a huge increase in defense spending. But he has since ordered a review of all Pentagon spending.
The E.P.A. may try to save money by tightly limiting spending on federal pollution controls.
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It could get savings by cutting Clinton programs. One likely target: A program to help local communities hire more policemen.