Madison, Miss. (Aug. 9, 2002) -- Refusing to budge despite the sliding economy, President Bush this week called on Congress to make permanent the tax cuts enacted last year.

Speaking at a high school in Madison, Miss., Bush reminded lawmakers that all of the provisions of the bill – including income tax cuts, marriage penalty reductions and estate tax cuts will disappear after 10 years unless they do something about it.

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