WASHINGTON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Democratic state governors on Tuesday urged President George W. Bush to adopt their proposal for $51 billion in annual federal subsidies for health care, alternative energy and education, saying it would improve America's global economic competitiveness. Joining a chorus of Democrats highlighting alternative agendas ahead of Bush's State of the Union speech next week, Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell said the United States is falling behind other nations in trade ...
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