Senate passes Republican budget with deep safety net cuts
WASHINGTON | By David Lawder \
(Reuters) - The Senate passed a Republican-authored budget plan early on Friday that seeks $5.1 trillion in domestic spending cuts over 10 years while boosting military funding.
The 52-46 vote on the non-binding budget resolution put Congress on a path to complete its first full budget in six years.
The Senate budget seeks to eliminate U.S. deficits by 2025 without raising taxes through deep cuts to social safety net programs, investments in transportation and education and other domestic programs.
Friday, March 27, 2015
She pretty much avoided talking about extreme GOP budget proposals:
Posted by Steve J. at 11:12 PM