The House Ag panel has several additional hurdles, including a possible higher budget-cutting number than the Senate due to spending restraints that are expected in the coming House budget resolution.
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HBR stands for House Budget Resolution
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The overall funding level, however, is expected to reflect the 30-percent reduction in highway funding contained in the recently passed House budget resolution.
In a related action, the Fiscal Year 2012 House Budget Resolution, released by Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan on Tuesday, would set the stage for making the Office of Science cuts permanent, endangering the U.
For the VA, the House budget resolution called for some $28 billion in spending reductions for health care, disability compensation, and other benefits for our veterans, which were not included in the Senate version.
And the initial votes went Snow's way, the full $720 billion tax cut being included in the House budget resolution and all but $100 billion of it in the Senate's.
Meanwhile, House leaders were hard pressed to find enough Republicans to vote for a mere 1 percent reduction in spending growth needed to fund the tax cut contained in the House budget resolution.
Carol Keehan, DC, president and chief executive office of the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA): "While it is important to control federal spending and the deficit, cuts proposed by the House budget resolution would damage the nation's health care system by decimating Medicaid, Medicare and recent coverage gains made possible by the Affordable Care Act.
21) passed by a vote of 52-47 on March 23, followed by the House Budget Resolution (H.