The new budget is expected to add $300 billion to the old budget...but over half of that extra goes to the US military and State Dept (ie CIA/NED).
Gee. I wonder what that's gonna be used for.
You know. All those nations on the Neocon hit list.
...Under the deal, existing spending limits would be raised by a combined $296 billion through 2019. The caps were put in place in 2011 after a fiscal showdown between Obama and GOP congressional leaders who demanded spending austerity.
The agreement includes an additional $160 billion in uncapped funding for overseas military and State Department operations, continuing a costly line item that dates back to the immediate response to the 2001 terrorist attacks. And about $90 billion more would be spent on disaster aid for victims of recent hurricanes and wildfires. Tax provisions would add another $17 billion to the cost of the bill.
[source : Brief government shutdown ends as Trump signs spending bill, Washington Post, https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/congress-passes-sweeping-budget-bill-ending-brief-shutdown/2018/02/09/6021367e-0d69-11e8-8890-372e2047c935_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_budget-blurbonly%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.ed1108f72c33, 9th February 2018]