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      Death and Taxes Poster 2014

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      Death and Taxes 2015

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      US Federal budget, by Jess Bachman.

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      The US Government 2014 Budget Poster from the designers at Timeplots contains over 500 departments, agencies, programs and just about everything else the government can spend money on. It is still the single most open and accessible record of government spending ever created. All in six square feet. Worth taking a look

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