In the wee hours of Friday morning, the U.S. Senate voted 52-46 to approve a budget, setting off a months long process. Now Congress is in recess for two weeks.
Yesterday, the House of Representatives voted down the Congressional Progressive Caucus budget and passed the budget proposal from the House Budget Committee, with some tweaks.
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This week, Congressional lawmakers will publish several budget proposals as alternatives to the president’s budget that was released in early February. Are you wondering why Congress does this?
The debt ceiling suspension ends March 15, 2015. It’s unclear exactly when the money will run out, but sooner or later, lawmakers will have to deal with it.
Next week, when the budget alternatives are released, we’ll be taking a look at how each major budget proposal stacks up on issues you care about.
Americans deserve a real debate over military involvement with ISIS: what it will look like, what it may cost, and how far Americans are willing to go.
Three days before another potential government shutdown, Congress voted yesterday to fund the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the rest of the fiscal year which ends on September 30.