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Latest Taxpayer's Tab: The BillTally Top 10
November 9, 2013
In this week's edition of The Taxpayer's Tab, NTUF continues to offer analysis and insight into the latest BillTally report, which covers the legislative proposals introduced during the first six months of the 113th Congress. The data shows that savings proposals have been coming at a slower pace than in previous sessions, and if history is any indication, we aren't likely to see many more over the next year. The total spending agenda proposed so far this Congress? $1.28 trillion.
In this week's Tab, NTUF focused on the defense-related spending proposals we identified in each Chamber. The differences between the House and Senate with respect to these bills might surprise some taxpayers, and could play into the budget committee's approach to a long-term fiscal deal over the next few weeks. For more, check out the online edition of the Tab here.
And, to round out our coverage of the BillTally release, we've put together a list of the five most and least expensive proposals we saw over the first half of the year:
Spending Cut Bills:
Spending Increase Bills:
For more information, check out the Tab online here, and be sure to sign up for future email updates.
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