By and  on February 27, 2009

WASHINGTON — President Obama proposed more funding for an agency overseeing apparel and textile import data and the enforcement of trade remedy laws, but called for cuts in funding for foreign cotton promotion in the $3.55 trillion federal budget he submitted to Congress on Thursday.

Obama released a 134-page 2010 fiscal year budget outline of proposed funding for the federal government’s agencies entitled “A New Era of Responsibility.” He said he will submit his full budget request, with funding for specific programs, in the spring after officials complete their line-by-line cutting of “waste and inefficiency.”

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