House Budget Resolution Passes
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House Budget Resolution Passes

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Refusing to Mortgage Our Children’s Future
A Balanced Budget for a Stronger America

WASHINGTON D.C. – March 26, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Today the U.S. House of Representatives passed a budget resolution that balances in less than 10 years, doesn’t raise taxes, and cuts $5.5 Trillion in spending.

“Passing a balanced budget is a priority for me,” Congresswoman Mia Love said from Washington. “Utah families deserve to achieve economic success, and this budget includes pro-growth tax reform that lowers tax rates, and broadens the tax base by getting rid of loopholes and special interest provisions. It strengthens Medicare and Social Security by restructuring the programs responsibly, in order to keep our promise to seniors.”

“President Obama’s top-down, one-size-fits-all budget never balances, ever. The House Republican Budget prioritizes economic growth and opportunity for all Americans and gives them the opportunity to pursue their version of the American dream.”

Among the highlights of the GOP budget:

+Repeals Obamacare in full-including all of its taxes, regulations and mandates. It promotes freedom of choice, affordability and patient-centered health care solutions.

+Ensures a Strong National Defense-responsibly addresses current spending caps at the same time it funds robust troop training, equipment and compensation-above the President’s levels.

+Promotes a Fairer, Simpler tax code by growing the economy and making government more efficient effective and accountable.

+Cuts Waste, Corporate Welfare and Improves Accountability- eliminates redundancies and reforms the regulatory system to improve transparency, efficiency, effectiveness and accountability.

“Balancing a budget is not just a fiscal issue, it’s a moral issue,” Rep. Love said. “I want to make sure we’re not mortgaging our children’s future. This budget reflects my commitment to rein in Federal spending, slow out-of-control growth in entitlement spending, lower budget deficits, slow federal growth, and enact tax reform.”

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