He proposed spending an additional $4.8 billion a year for child care, the same as under current law.
Both candidates have proposed spending more money on the health system.
His plan tonight proposed spending $5 billion, but did not say how much each parent would get.
President Clinton proposes spending $20 billion over five years to help defense workers find new jobs.
But no one has proposed spending the $20 billion or more it would cost to meet that goal.
The Mayor had already proposed spending $433 million in 1997 for school construction.
And in a separate program the Administration has also proposed spending an additional $1 billion over the next five years for similar programs.
The Bush administration has proposed spending $61 million in 2002 to add inspectors.
This year the President proposed spending $3.03 billion, a reduction of more than $900 million.
He proposed spending more than $20 billion on tax breaks for the middle class and the poor.
He also proposed higher spending on education, housing, day care and other social programs.
In order to keep the budget balanced, Martin proposed only limited new spending.
These two facts alone mean that the level of spending proposed in the budget should be as high as possible.
In his budget, he proposed overall spending of $83.6 billion, a figure that includes federal aid for programs like welfare and Medicaid.
All Labour speakers in the last 33 minutes have proposed extra spending or lower taxes, he says.
Mr. Weiner has himself proposed significant new spending for the city.
She maintained, for example, that he did not propose enough spending for education and day care.
Mr. Bush proposes military spending of $1.42 trillion between now and 1997.
Both said the cuts in projected spending proposed by the Republicans, more than $250 billion over seven years, could have dire consequences.
While the strategy proposes additional spending in many areas, the current draft does not contain specific budget figures.