Commentary: The Budget: How To Whack $10 Billion Now

Trimming "corporate welfare" is back in vogue. The budget plan President Clinton unveiled on June 13 cuts business tax breaks and spending subsidies by $3.5 billion a year. House Budget Committee Chairman John R. Kasich (R-Ohio) wants to save that much just by closing corporate tax loopholes.

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