It eliminates after-school programs and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, while slashing funding for Amtrak in the midst of a US railroad safety crisis.

The budget also includes an emphasis on “fertility awareness” (pg. 82), a birth control method also known as the “Rhythm Method” or “calendar method,” in which a woman abstains from sex at the most fertile time of her cycle. The method is considered one of the least effective methods of birth control, with as many as 24 out of 100 couples that use it becoming pregnant in one year, the Mayo Clinic says.

The 2019 budget also nearly doubles the federal deficit over the next decade to $7.1 trillion—but based on what happened last year, there’s little chance any of its proposals will become reality.

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