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President Remains Eager to Cut Entitlement Spending
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Aug. 11, 2006
Excerpt: The new Treasury secretary, former Goldman Sachs chief Henry M. Paulson Jr., has made it clear that a major reason he took the job is to tackle the rising cost of government health and Social Security spending, which he described last week as 'the biggest economic issue facing our country.'

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