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Out of budget battle is taking another step forward on Capitol Hill folks votes related to the resolution that would of what do government shut down.
Next week those are expected today in the house and the said it.
Now we'll see -- -- -- -- that right welcome everybody another hour of America's Newsroom.
We're really glad to have you let us some -- been accountable not no word yet and good -- -- like that -- there.
-- Bill Hemmer good morning everybody -- budget debate continues to be a bit of a blame game senate Republicans criticizing Democrats.
For what they say as an entire lack of leadership.
And a failed plan.
Not what the American people want it does not balance it never -- balance never comes close to balance it claims that it reduces the deficit over ten years -- one point 85 trillion dollars that is not correct it is absolutely.
When skies so Elizabeth and joins us now live from Washington.
Elizabeth there is a lot of activity with all of this on the hill this week but is there any real signs that there's.
Any sort of happy -- negotiation going on here at all.
Well we hope so the senate is expected to approve a plan today to avoid a possible government shutdown.
In the meantime the house is focusing on the budget the allotment of all federal spending for the next new fiscal the year.
The house -- now attacks several alternative budget proposals at the house approves one at any of these plans it could trump the blueprint which is crafted.
By Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan.
His -- if you member was criticized for -- spending cuts but it balances the budget in ten years.
The reason we are balancing our budget is because it is a necessary means to an end which is to improve people's lives.
Are balanced budget plan.
Balances the budget without raising taxes.
We're actually growing the economy.
Now the house -- the senate Democrats plan as well district proposal bouncing the books in four years from the Republican Study Committee now it's unlikely the house will approve.
Any of these budgets in lieu of Ryan's plan which outlines a four point six trillion dollar deficit reduction.
Over the next decade -- them and then you've got the senate side of course they are at work as well.
But -- is really to keep the government up and running to get through that external right.
In fact -- said it just -- about thirty minutes ago.
And they're working on a bill like you said to keep the government up and running for at least the next six months senate majority leader Harry Reid says today through Sunday whenever and however long it takes he wants to finish the bill to avoid government shut down and then move on to the budget resolution.
I was amazed yesterday I mean -- McCain's flabbergasted.
When Republicans blocked attempts to begin debate on the budget resolution.
We are all concerned.
About the impact of these budget cuts they are senseless -- their ridiculous.
We should do away with.
You can see a lot of passion on both sides Democrats say the senate budget plan outlined by committee chairman Patty Murray is balanced.
The plan includes tax revenue and spending cuts and trimmed the deficit by one point eight.
-- one point 85 trillion dollars.
-- -- Ryan for that changed in non discretionary spending such as Medicare and Medicaid though.
A lot on the docket -- that should be a very busy day today on the hill boy sounds like things are really moving in the right direction as it Elizabeth -- you very much Elizabeth -- why did this in the.
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