- n. Plural form of subsidy.
“Last month, the Miller campaign was forced to concede that the GOP candidate had received $7,235 in subsidies from the U.S.”
“Financially, the Liberals are almost entirely dependent upon monies received in subsidies from the last Federal Election.”
“He said that $4 billion in what he calls subsidies, tax breaks for the oil industry.”
“Ramping up the subsidies is a relatively cheap way for the French to go as it usually falls to the UK, as a net contributor to the EU, to have to fork out to keep French politicians in office.”
“European countries, including Britain, were alarmed by Clinton's protest on Monday over what he called subsidies for Airbus, the”
“His preference is to end what he calls subsidies for the rural companies because they're no longer needed.”
“Without any consultations it has plans to remove what it calls subsidies on petroleum products.”
“Do you really think they’ve received $100 billion in subsidies from the various states in which they have plants?”
“However, the conservatives argue that somehow, somewhere, Congress will slip in subsidies to the tune of at least $200 billion a year ($2 trillion over a 10-year budget horizon) to support a public plan that provides bad insurance.”
“A bipartisan group of 183 members of Congress sent House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a letter on Monday urging her to allow a vote on an amendment to cut the massive abortion funding and subsidies from the main health care "reform" bill in the chamber.”
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