PRESIDENT OBAMA'S $4 trillion spending plan for fiscal 2016 — which includes a one-time, 14 percent tax on US companies’ overseas profits — will be unveiled to Congress on Monday, as top Republicans like Rep. Paul Ryan disagree with the overall plan, saying it tries to 'exploit envy economics.'
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