WASHINGTON — President Bush sent Congress his proposed $2.23 trillion federal budget for 2004 Monday that provides no new money for fighting garment sweatshops and slightly expands funding for international trade programs, including export promotion.

With a slowed economy and increased spending on fighting terrorism, the White House is calling for the federal government to be on an extra lean diet.

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