B.A. Spending Daily
Here’s a roundup of this morning’s must-read budget and economic stories:
The Associated Press reports President Obama will make remarks today on ending oil and gas subsidies.
According to Politico and The Wall Street Journal, the House yesterday voted down a budget plan that would have cut the deficit by $4 trillion by cutting spending and raising taxes. The outline was based on the work of the Simpson-Bowles commission.
Today the House is expected to pass Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) outline. The Hill have the details.
Bloomberg and The Hill reports the House is now going forward with a short-term 90-day reauthorization of federal transportation programs. Politico says uncertainty over whether Congress will pass the bill is worrying states.
Bloomberg looks at the debate over how to cut Medicare spending.