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Largest Savings and Spending Agendas in the House
May 22, 2012
The tables below highllight those Members of the House who have the ten largest savings and spending agendas. Each Member is linked to his or her BillTally report so that you can examine the cost estimates for each piece of legislation that the Member sponsored or cosponsored that was included in the study.
Again, if you're not familiar with BillTally, here's a little background: Since 1991, NTUF has computed the legislative spending agendas of Members of Congress by analyzing the costs – and savings – of the bills that they sponsor and cosponsor as part of our BillTally research project. BillTally is the only comprehensive look at the potential cost to taxpayers of what Members want to spend on a Member-by-Member basis.
If you're curious about what proposals your Members of Congress have made, you can search detailed reports for each Member of Congress here.
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