WASHINGTON — The battle over which tax cuts or government cash payments might help stimulate the economy begins today, as President Bush offers details of his $600 billion plan, the outline of which Democrats decried Monday as ineffective.

But there’s one certainty: Bush’s plan will be changed. The GOP’s majority control in both chambers of Congress is slim and Democratic votes will be needed to pass a package, especially in the Senate, where rules favor opposition interference.

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