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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  • 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
  • Ryan: Fairness for All
    September 30, 2013 - WASHINGTON—House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin issued the following statement on the Obamacare debate: “Today we will vote once again to keep the federal government open. And we will vote to provide families relief from Obamacare. “One of our core principles is equality under the ... More
  • CBO: Spending Is Still Out of Control
    September 17, 2013 - WASHINGTON—Earlier today, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its annual Long-Term Budget Outlook, and it’s a pointed reminder that government spending is still out of control. In response, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan said: “CBO has posed an important question: Are we going... More
  • Reps. Cooper, Ryan Introduce Defense Flexibility Act
    August 1, 2013 - WASHINGTON—U.S. Reps. Jim Cooper (TN-5) and Paul Ryan (WI-1) introduced H.R. 2883, a bipartisan bill to give the Department of Defense (DOD) discretion when applying cuts from sequestration. The Defense Flexibility Act will allow DOD to manage these cuts responsibly and lessen the impact on national... More
  • Rep. Paul Ryan: The War on Poverty has 'failed miserably'
    July 25, 2013 - The War on Poverty, which President Lyndon Johnson declared nearly 50 years ago, has “failed miserably,” House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan said Thursday -- and he wants to figure out what approaches would work to get Americans out of poverty. “When I look at the money spent, when I look at t... More
  • Ryan: Delay Is a Step Toward Full Repeal
    July 17, 2013 - WASHINGTON—Today, the House passed H.R. 2668, The Fairness for American Families Act, which delays Obamacare’s individual mandate for one year. The House also passed H.R. 2667, The Authority for Mandate Delay Act, which delays the employer mandate for one year by law. Upon passage of the legislation... More
  • Senate and House Committee Republican Leaders Seek CBO Cost Estimate of Obamacare Train Wreck
    July 10, 2013 - WASHINGTON—Republican committee leaders asked the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) to analyze the budgetary effects of delaying Obamacare’s employer mandate and reporting requirements. Last week, the Obama Administration decided to ignore specific requirements in the health care law as mandated by ... More

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