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Budget Season Heats Up; Appropriators to Tackle FY 2018 Spending Plans

Budget Season Heats Up; Appropriators to Tackle FY 2018 Spending Plans

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Senators Critical of FY 2018 DoEd Budget, Cuts, Proposed Vouchers

Republican and Democratic senators on the education appropriations subcommittee sharply criticize President Trump's FY 2018 Education Department budget request, which would reduce spending by 13.5%, the most since the Reagan administration. They express skepticism about cuts and the 22 eliminated p...

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Majority of Trump FY 2018 Budget Cuts Target Programs for Children, Youth, Poor

A new expert analysis finds that about three-fifths of the $4.3 trillion of non-defense cuts in President Trump's proposed FY 2018 budget come from programs assisting families, children, youth and those with low incomes. These programs account for just 29% of non-defense spending and just 24% of t...

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With FY 2017 Budget Finished, Congress Turns to FY 2018 Appropriations

Congressional appropriators will soon launch hearings on the federal budget for FY 2018, which begins on Oct. 1, after Congress successfully passed a spending bill for the current fiscal year which did not include deep cuts for domestic programs. The House Budget Committee was previously expected t...

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Analysis: Trump’s Budget Numbers Don’t Add Up, Group Says

During a speech to a joint session of Congress, President Trump laid out his vision to "make America Great Again," outlining his priorities for spending in FY 2018, which begins Oct. 1. Trump's speech was large on rhetoric and short on details. He was not the first president to describe ...

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CR Signed, Keeps Federal Government Open to April 28

The lame duck 114th Congress passed a Continuing Resolution to keep the government running through April 28 when the new Congress will have to pass another appropriations measure for the rest of FY 2017. The short-term funding bill includes a 0.19% across-the-board cut, which is compounded by the f...

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Lawmakers Pass Stopgap Budget to Fund Government Through Dec. 9.

Lawmakers passed a stopgap funding bill to keep the government operational through Dec. 9, providing for level funding the grant making agencies that proving support for education, children and youth programs.  The Continuing Resolution (HR 5325) maintains discretionary funding at $1.067 trill...

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Congress to Tackle Spending Bills Upon Return from Recess

Congress quickly restarts the appropriations process upon their return to Capitol Hill after their seven-week summer recess – the longest summer vacation Congress has taken in 60 years – to beat the Sept. 30 budget deadline. Prior to leaving, progress was scant. Twelve spending bills are r...

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House FY 2017 Budget Plan Would Slash SNAP Funding

The House Republican FY 2017 budget plan would dramatically reduce the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as the Food Stamp Program), cutting benefits to millions of families with children, said a new Center on Budget and Policy Priorities analysis. The budget plan,...

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Congress Begins Hearings on FY 2017 Budget

The FY 2017 federal budget process has begun in earnest with the various House and Senate appropriation committees developing spending proposals for the upcoming federal fiscal year, which begins on Oct. 1. Like in 2015, GOP leaders again promise a prompt budget process this year. President Obama...

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