WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration plans to push ahead with a budget package to get the economy moving again despite the latest moves by the Federal Reserve to push down short-term interest rates, senior officials said Friday.

Commerce Secretary Robert Mosbacher and White House Chief of Staff Samuel Skinner, in a briefing for White House reporters, made clear that President Bush is not abandoning plans to put tax cuts or other economic stimulus measures before Congress early next year. "He is looking at all options," Mr. Skinner said.

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