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President Bush's Policies in Focus

In his 2003 State of the Union Address, President Bush proposed bold steps to address challenges at home and abroad - confident that America will meet these tests. The President set forth the following domestic goals for Congress and our nation to address this year:

  • Grow the Economy and Create Jobs

  • Strengthen and Improve Health Care

  • Encourage Acts of Compassion

  • Promote Energy Independence While Improving the Environment

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