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See Who Voted for the Ryan-Murray Spending Increase Budget

On Thursday night, the House passed the budget deal struck by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI)Heritage ActionScorecardRep. Paul Ryan62%House Republican AverageSee Full Scorecard62% and Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA)Heritage ActionScorecardSen. Patty Murray0%Senate Democrat AverageSee Full Scorecard0% with a 332 to 94 vote. 62 Republicans voted against the budget deal that represents an immediate increase in federal spending — $63 billion over the next two years.

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The budget deal lifts the discretionary spending caps to $1.012 trillion in 2014 and $1.014 trillion in 2015 and increases revenues through an assortment of tax increases (which are labeled fees) in exchange for promises of future spending reductions, some coming a decade later. This vote represents a  significant achievement for President Obama, who believes that government spending is a panacea to America’s economic woes.

The budget deal legislation will now move to the Senate, where a legislative gimmick has been found that will limit Senate conservative’s ability to block tax increases in future years.

Check our Scorecard and see how your Representative voted. Then make sure to thank your Representative if the voted against the spend-now, cut later budget deal.

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