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  • The Federal Budget in Pictures

    Earlier this month, we announced the release of the 2010 Heritage Budget Chart Book. This recurring feature allows visitors to dig down deep into the data of government revenue and expenditures in a visual format that is easy to understand. This year’s chart book does not disappoint, providing roughly 40 new charts–even several that are interactive.

    We also recently put together a brief video introduction to the chart book and all of its features. Watch the video, explore the new chart book, and learn more about the federal budget.

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

    6 Responses to The Federal Budget in Pictures

    1. Cory Cissell says:

      Why wouldn't you provide a link to the chart book? It's only available at the end of the video.

    2. Bllie says:

      Very nice, Heritage! Helpful to even the simplest of minds…with a big smile.

    3. Elaine Magliacane says:

      Nothing happens when I click the link to see the 2010 Budget chart book? What format is the book in?????

    4. William D. Jackson says:

      You probably already know this,you are beganing to Create a New Party with some Roots and Direction. I Pray toGod it will work, in order to Serve the Only Truely Free Country in the World. If we do not turn the direction we are headed, I think we'll be something that was Great, to just become a pass reference in History.

    5. Ben C. Ann Arbor, MI says:

      Something about a picture is worth a thousand words – or in this case multiple trillions of dollars.

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