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April 2 (Bloomberg) — Representative Paul Ryan’s budget plan will frame an election between a Republican Party that wants to eliminate the deficit partly by cutting U.S. social spending and Democrats who want to boost the safety net.

“It’s very important to offer people a choice,” Ryan said yesterday of his proposal, which would lower the top income-tax rate to 25 percent from 39.6 percent now.

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