Fiscal Year 2014 Budget

The Path to Prosperity
The GOP Plan to Balance the Budget by 2023 — by Chairman Paul Ryan
How the House Budget Would Boost the Economy — by John Cogan and John Taylor
Debt Free Future

Washington owes the American people a responsible, balanced budget. House Republicans have put forth a plan to balance the budget in 10 years. Senate Democrats never balance—ever. It’s not fair to take more just to spend more in Washington. A balanced budget will foster a healthier economy and help create jobs.

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  • Chairman Ryan Releases ‘Expanding Opportunity in America’
    July 24, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Today, Chairman Ryan released a new discussion draft, “Expanding Opportunity in America.” The draft proposes a new pilot project to strengthen the safety net and discusses a number of reforms to the EITC, education, criminal justice, and regressive regulation. Upon releasing the discussio... More
  • CBO: The Budget Is on an Unsustainable Path
    July 15, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Today, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its annual Long-Term Budget Outlook, which had some sober news for the American people. In response, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin released the following statement: “If this report tells us anything, it’s that ... More
  • Ryan Makes Case for New Approach to Poverty
    April 30, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Today, Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin met with the Congressional Black Caucus to discuss the fight against poverty and the need to promote upward mobility. Upon the meeting’s conclusion, Chairman Ryan released the following statement: “I want to thank my colleagues in the Congressional B... More
  • The President’s Budget Keeps Getting Worse
    April 17, 2014 - WASHINGTON­—Today, the Congressional Budget Office released its analysis of the President’s fiscal year 2015 budget. Based on CBO’s analysis, the President’s plan would increase spending by $1.1 trillion and raise taxes by almost $1.4 trillion over the next ten years. And unlike the House Republican... More
  • House Passes the Baseline Reform Act
    April 8, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1871, the Baseline Reform Act, sponsored by Congressman Rob Woodall of Texas and Congressman Louie Gohmert of Texas. The legislation fixes a flaw in our budget process. Today, the Congressional Budget Office assumes every discretionary accou... More
  • House Passes the Budget and Accounting Transparency Act
    April 7, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1872, the Budget and Accounting Transparency Act of 2014, sponsored by Congressman Scott Garrett of New Jersey. This bill would require the Congressional Budget Office to use fair-value accounting for government loans and federal credit prog... More
  • House Passes Pro-Growth Budgeting Act
    April 4, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1874, the Pro-Growth Budget Act, sponsored by House Budget Committee Vice-Chairman Tom Price of Georgia. This bill would require the Congressional Budget Office to provide a long-term, macroeconomic analysis of economically significant legis... More
  • House Budget Committee Advances the Path to Prosperity
    April 2, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Tonight the House Budget Committee approved the House Republican fiscal year 2015 budget, the Path to Prosperity. The House will consider the budget resolution on the floor next week. Upon passage of the resolution, Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin issued the following statement: “For the ... More
  • The Path to Prosperity Offers a Brighter Future
    April 1, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Today, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin introduced the fiscal year 2015 House Republican budget: The Path to Prosperity. Tomorrow, the House Budget Committee will mark up the proposal. This year’s proposal cuts $5.1 trillion in government spending. According to the C... More
  • Ryan: The President's Budget Is Yet Another Disappointment
    March 4, 2014 - WASHINGTON­—Today, the President released his budget request for fiscal year 2015—one month past the statutory deadline. It is the fifth time in six years that President Obama has missed his deadline, and it is the worst record in history. Upon reviewing the President’s budget, House Budget Committe... More

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