Lots of hogwash I’m sure.
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President Obama will release his fiscal 2015 budget on Tuesday, a month late and after an especially muted rollout.
The document is widely viewed as “dead on arrival” in the Capitol because appropriators already have their discretionary top-line number for the year starting Oct. 1, and because the midterm election means there is little appetite for changes to entitlements and taxes.
But as an election-year platform for Obama, the budget is still an important document, and could cause heartburn for members of his party facing difficult reelection races.
Here are eight things to watch for.