House Freedom Caucus Not On Board With Plan, Presses For $120B In Cuts

  • House conservatives are continuing their push for domestic spending cuts of $120 billion as part of the appropriations bill that Congress must pass before Sept. 30 to avoid a government shutdown.
  • The conservative House Freedom Caucus has proposed reverting to domestic spending levels of $1.47 trillion, which would come in at about $120 billion less than the debt ceiling agreement that President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy previously reached.
  • The budget watchdog group, says it has identified a series of areas the House GOP could find taxpayer savings.
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