It didn’t start out as a good week politically for President Bush, who made it clear that he wants a new child tax credit bill on his desk that would give a tax break to families who were shut out of the original law because they didn’t earn enough to pay many —or any —income tax.

The Senate already passed such a bill, but House conservatives balked, prompting Bush to make his views on the issue known.

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