President Bush's proposed 2007 budget will slash funding for public-television broadcasting by an estimated $157 million over two years, as the White House struggles to boost military spending and lock in Bush's first-term tax cuts. "We've dealt with cuts from this White House every year, but these are the deepest ever presented," John Lawson, president-CEO of the Association of Public Television Stations, tells the Hollywood Reporter. "We see a clear and present danger here."