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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  • House Budget Committee Approves Budget-Process-Reform Bills
    February 11, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Today, the House Budget Committee approved two bills that begin to fix the broken budget process in Washington: H.R. 1872, The Budget and Accounting Transparency Act of 2014, sponsored by Congressman Scott Garrett; and H.R. 1869, The Biennial Budgeting and Enhanced Oversight Act of 2014, ... More
  • Ryan: CBO Report Is a Call to Action
    February 4, 2014 - WASHINGTON—Today, the Congressional Budget Office released its Budget and Economic Outlook, which projects a $514 billion deficit for fiscal year 2014. The deficit will begin to climb back up after next year, eclipsing $1 trillion in 2022. The report says the federal government will add $10 trillio... More
  • Ryan: We Must Protect Disabled Military Retirees and Survivors’ Benefits
    January 14, 2014 - WASHINGTON, D.C.—Yesterday, the House Appropriations Committee released legislation that builds on the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013. The appropriations bill reflects House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan’s work to protect disabled military retirees and survivors’ benefits. Ryan had promised to ... More
  • President Obama Signs Bipartisan Budget Act into Law
    December 26, 2013 - WASHINGTON, D.C.—House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan issued the following statement upon President Obama’s signing the Bipartisan Budget Act into law: “I want to thank the President for signing the Bipartisan Budget Act into law. It doesn’t go as far as I’d like, but it’s a firm step in the r... More
  • Senate Passes the Bipartisan Budget Act
    December 18, 2013 - WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, the Senate passed the Bipartisan Budget Act, which the House approved in an overwhelming vote last week. The bill would reduce the deficit—without raising taxes—and cut spending in a smarter way. Upon passage of the legislation, Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin issued the foll... More
  • House Passes the Bipartisan Budget Act
    December 12, 2013 - WASHINGTON, D.C. —Today, the House of Representatives passed the Bipartisan Budget Act. Written by House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan and Senate Budget Committee chairman Patty Murray, the bill will provide $63 billion in temporary sequester relief and $85 billion in mandatory savings. It wil... More
  • Murray and Ryan Introduce Bipartisan Budget-Conference Agreement
    December 10, 2013 - Two-year budget agreement would avoid government shutdown in January, provide certainty to businesses and families, and return budget process to regular order Bipartisan agreement would provide sequester relief for defense and domestic priorities—fully offset by concrete savings and reforms—and fur... More
  • Ryan: Americans Deserve Answers on Obamacare
    October 23, 2013 - WASHINGTON­—The Health and Human Services Department has yet to respond to repeated requests from the House Budget Committee for information about the implementation of the President’s health-care law. Now, HBC chairman Paul Ryan is asking for more information about President Obama’s “tech surge” to... More
  • Joint Statement from Chairman Patty Murray and Chairman Paul Ryan
    October 16, 2013 - WASHINGTON D.C.—In advance of convening a conference on a budget resolution, Senate Budget Committee Chairman Patty Murray and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan released the following joint statement: “In the months ahead, we hope both sides can work together to grow the economy and tackle o... More
  • Ryan on Washington’s Missed Opportunity
    October 16, 2013 - House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin issued the following statement on tonight’s vote: “Today’s legislation reopens the government and averts default. It rejects Democrats’ demands to increase spending. And it sets a precedent for further changes to Obamacare. “But it’s also a miss... More

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