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Republican Study Committee
Ass in Line'
Jul 27, 2011 4:11 PM CDT
Boehner to GOP: 'Get Your Ass in Line'
Speaker working to round up support for his plan
- The CBO report that forced John Boehner to delay the vote on his debt ceiling plan may end up working in his favor, reports the
. It's still unclear whether he has the magical 217 needed before tomorrow's expected vote, but he's definitely closer. The delay has...
No. of Reps Who Donated
to National Debt in 2010: 3
Mar 29, 2011 7:05 AM CDT
No. of Reps Who Donated to National Debt in 2010: 3
But even if they gave full salaries, they'd barely make a den
- For a bunch of people so concerned with the growing national debt, the House of Representatives doesn't have a lot of members putting their money where their mouths are. The House has program that allows representatives to return a portion of their salaries toward debt reduction (the Senate doesn't even...
Righties to Unveil
$2.5T in Spending Cuts
Jan 20, 2011 11:17 AM CST
Righties to Unveil $2.5T in Spending Cuts
Proposal would cut or drastically shrink more than 50 programs
- House Republicans are about to unveil a massive spending reduction bill that would slash $2.5 trillion in spending over the next 10 years. Rep. Jim Jordan, chair of the Republican Study Committee, will unveil his “Spending Reduction Act” at a Heritage Foundation speech today, the Daily Caller reports....
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