The White House has submitted its budget request, and now it’s up to Congress to adopt a budget resolution that will set spending and revenue targets for appropriators. Rely on Bloomberg Government as we track the budget process from submission – to reconciliation – to adoption. 

Trump’s budget proposes changes to discretionary spending caps

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Trump seeks $3.6 trillion in cuts to reshape U.S. government

President Donald Trump would dramatically reduce the U.S. government’s role in society with $3.6 trillion in spending cuts over the next 10 years in a budget plan that shrinks the safety net for the poor, recent college graduates and farmers.

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House GOP must bridge gaps on budget before moving to taxes

House Republicans say they aren’t close to agreeing on a budget blueprint they have to approve before they can move ahead with one of their top priorities: a tax overhaul.

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Trump’s budget aims for balance through steep cuts, growth

President Donald Trump will send to Congress a proposal for balancing the federal budget within 10 years through deep cuts to discretionary and safety net spending.

Military spending above $603 billion unlikely in 2018

Congress isn’t likely to boost national defense spending above the $603 billion proposed by the administration despite lawmakers’ calls for more money for the military, said Kay Granger who leads the House’s defense spending panel.