House GOP releases FY 2011 spending bill

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Keep those cuts coming! The House GOP today released its 2011 spending bill, claiming to include $100 billion in cuts. It seems that everyone gets hit, even defense. Worst hit, however, is EPA, with a 29% reduction from its 2010 budget.

You can see the summary here. [pdf]



  • John M. Egan

    Good With EPA trying to advance the carbon taxes which would unduly burden the economy, perhaps their budget should be cut even further.

  • Kelly Starks

    The EPA cuts are good, especially if they slam the illegal carbon fines being inforced.

    I’ld really like to know what the attached list of defence cuts was though.

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