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December 07, 2016
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Hinchey and Marino take opposite sides on budget

Marino, a Republican, also issued a statement, but his ignored the Medicare issue and praised the proposed budget. He said, “This budget framework gets to the heart of what the American people want: big spending cuts, a downsizing of Washington and job creation. I was proud to vote for this resolution and to take the first step on a journey that will lead to financial stability and private-sector job creation.”

He said the proposed budget, which was crafted by Congressman Paul Ryan, a Republican, “provides the framework for fiscal year 2012 and beyond. It represents $6.2 trillion in spending cuts over the next decade, and cuts the record-high national debt.

“Americans do not spend money they don’t have when they are establishing their household budgets. It’s time we did the same with the federal government. That’s what this plan will do. If we stay on this narrow, near-sighted course of reckless spending, we will do nothing more than rob our children and grandchildren of their right to financial freedom and the promise of prosperity.”