“After my car accident in 1986, I was living in a homeless shelter. … I was very, very sick and I didn't have any income … Food Stamps were a lifesaver for me because it meant that I could eat…” More - Heather from Florence, MA
Deadline for committee completion of all appropriations bills - more
Senate appropriators approved spending levels for 12 areas of government in 2014 - more
Review updates the February budget request's fiscal estimates for the next ten years
The deal's been done, but the U.S. is still a few steps away from having a budget. What's next?
Senate Budget Chair Patty Murray, and her House counterpart Rep. Paul Ryan, yesterday reached a deal determining federal spending for the next two years. But who won and who lost?
See the details of the budget deal reached by Senate Budget Chair Patty Murray and her House counterpart Rep. Paul Ryan.
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Becky Sweger, Director of Data and Technology, will attend the Government Accountability and Transparency Board's public forum, which is being held to solicit feedback about federal spending transparency.
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