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President Obama’s fiscal cliff plan has more new spending than spending cuts … and it can’t pass the House or the Democratic-controlled Senate. Speaker John Boehner called on President Obama today to outline the cuts he’s willing to make, noting that “the longer the White House slow-walks this process, the closer our economy gets to the fiscal cliff.”

December 11, 2012

In a speech on the House floor today, Speaker Boehner called on the White House to stop slow-walking a solution to the fiscal cliff and put forth a balanced plan with serious spending cuts that can pass both houses of Congress.

December 11, 2012

“Three in four voters want to ‘cut government spending across the board,’” according to a new POLITICO/George Washington University Battleground Poll.

December 10, 2012

Bowles, whose proposal to the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction is the basis for the latest Republican plan to avert the fiscal cliff, said the president's plan "won't solve the problem."

December 9, 2012

November saw a new rush of activity in the Capitol, with Speaker Boehner appearing in the Rayburn Room...

December 7, 2012
A Reformer Who Took on the Establishment

Elected to Congress in 1990, John quickly became a voice for reform in Congress. First, he adopted a "no earmarks" policy that he carries with him to this day. And as part of the "Gang of Seven", he and fellow lawmakers took on the House establishment - Democrats and Republicans. Together, they successfully closed the scandal-riddled House Bank, uncovered "dine-and-dash" practices at the House Restaurant, and exposed drug sales and cozy cash-for-stamps deals at the House Post Office.

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