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Indiana: Legislative Spending Agendas
113th Congress, First Session


 

Name Party Increases Decreases Net Spending Agenda # of Increases # of Decreases
Coats, Daniel R $60 ($101,469) ($101,409) 3 9
Donnelly, Joe D $191 ($283) ($92) 7 3
Average   $126 ($50,876) ($50,751) 5 6
             
Brooks, Susan R $14,048 ($68,670) ($54,622) 9 13
Bucshon, Larry R $18,177 ($130,435) ($112,258) 21 10
Carson, Andre D $97,033 ($6,253) $90,780 91 2
Messer, Luke R $2,665 ($131,549) ($128,884) 11 15
Rokita, Todd R $3,378 ($156,367) ($152,989) 12 20
Stutzman, Marlin R $7,279 ($167,536) ($160,257) 14 12
Visclosky, Peter D $33,478 ($6,240) $27,238 16 1
Walorski, Jackie R $3,458 ($68,591) ($65,133) 11 8
Young, Todd R $144 ($71,467) ($71,323) 8 8
Average   $19,962 ($89,679) ($69,716) 21 10

 

  • Among the states and territories, Indiana’s House delegation had the 8th largest average net spending reduction agenda: $69.7 billion.
  • In the House of Representatives, 69 members proposed net spending reductions above $100 billion; four were from Indiana.
  • Indiana’s Senate delegation proposed $50.7 billion in net spending reductions on average, the 25th highest in that chamber
  • Both of Indiana’s Senators proposed to increase net saving. Only 17 members of the Senate proposed more spending decreases than increases; one was from Indiana.

The full report contains lots of other data points, including the cost of all bills introduced in each Chamber and a look at fiscally-related member caucuses such as the Tea Party Caucus.

Resources:

National Taxpayers Union Foundation
108 North Alfred Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
703-683-5700, fax: 703-683-5722, e-mail: ntuf@ntu.org
www.ntu.org/ntuf
This report should not be construed as an attempt to aid or hinder the passage of any bill before Congress or as reflecting on a Member’s fitness to serve.