WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration has shown no signs of backing off its push for Congress to enact $670 billion in tax cuts to stimulate the sagging economy, as controversy over the proposal rages. Already facing strong opposition from Democrats on Capitol Hill, the White House was smarting after Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan's recent remarks in Congress threw cold water on President Bush's plan. Worried about increasing federal deficits, further harming the economy and ...

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