The vision faces practical problems in the Senate, where it would need Democrats to sign onto normal spending bills to pass them.
Arrington said they're proposing to cut common-sense things.
Mr. Chairman, at a time of massive wealth and income inequality in this country, this budget makes a bad situation worse, by providing huge tax breaks to the very rich.
The House budget includes instructions to about a dozen committees to find an additional $200 billion in mandatory savings and reforms - language not contained in the Senate plan.
We will be fair and await more details on the proposal.
Sanders also notes thatEnzi calls for $5 trillion in "unspecified non-defense" cuts over the next 10 years. The reductions are spread over a 10 year period, not all at once. Reconciliation allows a bill to pass the Senate without being subject to a filibuster, a crucial hurdle for the GOP to move eventual tax legislation. It's also a clean break from the president, who has vowed not to touch Medicare.
With the House passing its version, the focus on the budget now heads to the Senate where Republicans will look to keep their majority intact even as some of its members have warned they will not support proposals which add to the national debt.
The Senate Budget Committee is expected to pass a similar bill later in the day, with the resolution due to be brought to the Senate floor in two weeks.
"I believe we could do better working together, Republicans and Democrats, and have not yet really tried", McCain said in a statement on September 22. All of these programs benefit lower and middle-class people and the disabled. Proposing the cuts in the Senate's budget is ultimately up to the Senate committees.
The House passed Black's resolution on a 219-206 vote.
"Meanwhile, at a time when the USA already spends more on defense than the next 12 countries combined", the report says, "the Republican budget lays the groundwork for an increase of $91 billion to the Pentagon for Fiscal Year 2018 alone - more than enough to provide free tuition at every public college and university in America".
Yet it's still hard to see how Republicans don't risk the same kind of political fallout on taxes, which they're also trying to cut without any Democratic support through a budget reconciliation bill that needs only 51 votes, not 60, in the Senate.
The U.S. House on Thursday passed a $4.1 trillion budget plan that promises to roll back mandatory spending while paving the way for Republicans to rewrite the tax code later this year. That could put some of these safety net programs on the chopping block. "It reforms Medicaid. It strengthens Medicare".
But Republicans are not actually planning to impose any of those cuts with follow-up legislation that would be required under Washington's budget rules.
It's a priority the GOP hasn't been eager to surrender. The budget also supports our troops and protects US national security interests by providing our military with the robust resources it requires to defend our country. Yet on the campaign trail, Trump promised the American people over and over again that his administration would not touch Social Security and Medicare funding. And No. 2, if you don't have this done by December 31, we're going out, we're recruiting opponents, we're maxing out to their campaigns, and we're funding super PACs to defeat all of you, ' Ayers advised.