Rep. Walorski calls for President Obama to work with Republicans on a balanced budget to help improve the lives of American families.


Speaker Boehner discussed President Obama’s failure to put forth a serious budget proposal that addresses Washington’s spending problem.


Speaker Boehner made the following remarks at a press conference with Republican leaders today discussing President Obama’s budget:


A full 65 days after it was due by law, the president will finally release his budget tomorrow.

We’re just two days away from the release of the president’s budget.  And here are two words you should be looking for (and dubious of) when it arrives Wednesday: primary balance.

According to a survey by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the president’s health care law is now “the biggest concern for small businesses”...

For the last nine days, we’ve been counting down to the release of the president’s budget and asking some important questions. Today, we got a few answers – and they weren’t good.

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) issued the following statement today in response to media reports on President Obama’s upcoming budget submission:

"The president’s policies continue to make it harder for Americans to find work. Hundreds of thousands fled the workforce last month and unemployment remains far above what the Obama administration promised when it enacted its ‘stimulus’ spending plan."

Keystone, held up by the Obama administration for more than four years, is a private sector energy project that could create thousands of jobs, ease gas prices, and help North America become more energy independent.

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