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California Approves Budget with Spending Cuts and Temporary Tax Hikes to Address $46.8 Billion Shortfall

In response to an anticipated $46.8 billion budget shortfall, California lawmakers approved a budget on Wednesday that reduces spending and temporarily raises taxes on...

Congress Reaches Spending Deal

Congressional leaders announced that they have reached a spending deal to avoid a government shutdown.

House Bill Looks to Defund Planned Parenthood

The House GOP is pushing a vote on a bill for the Department of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Education.

A Small Continuing Resolution Victory Could Have Big Consequences: Ron Paul

"Hopefully the successful effort to strip Ukraine funding from the CR is the first of many victories by the antiwar fiscal conservatives over the military-industrial complex and its politicians, lobbyists, and propagandists."

Heritage Foundation Says American’s Pay $900 Per Household in Ukrainian Aid

The Heritage Foundation found that the United States' current aid of $113 billion to Ukraine costs American households $900 each.

U.S. House Passes Fiscal Responsibility Act, Raising Debt Ceiling Amid Bipartisan Opposition

Senate passage needed to prevent national economic default.

Sen. Paul Proposes Bold Conservative Plan to Tackle National Debt Crisis with Spending Cuts, Fiscal Reforms

"I absolutely will not vote to expand our national debt by $4 trillion," Paul tweeted. "When the Biden-McCarthy debt deal reaches the senate, I will offer a conservative alternative."

House Freedom Caucus Threatens to Remove McCarthy Over Debt Deal

The House Freedom Caucus has threatened to file a motion to vacate and remove Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as Speaker if he keeps the debt deal.

Freedom Caucus Lists Demands for Debt Limit Vote

Members of the House Freedom Caucus on Friday outlined the conditions necessary to attain their vote for a raise on the national debt limit, including setting a cap on discretionary spending for 10 years, stopping President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan, and pulling back the $80 billion approved late last year to expand the Internal Revenue Service.

Some People Can Expect Medicare Tax Increases Under Next Biden Budget

Some individuals can expect a Medicare tax increase under the new budget proposal scheduled to be unveiled this week by the Biden administration.

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