House Republicans approve 2013 budget proposal
WASHINGTON (MCT) — In a vote that will help define the Republican Party in this election year and beyond, the GOP-led House approved a 2013 budget that would cut taxes for the wealthy, revamp Medicare and slash federal spending.
Thursday’s 228-191 vote, mostly along party lines, will fuel the robust debate that is playing out not only in Congress but also on the campaign trail. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has embraced the GOP proposal, which is sharply at odds with President Barack Obama’s blueprint that includes higher taxes on the wealthy and corporations.
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