"It reforms and saves Social Security and Medicare, making them solvent for 75 years, it creates millions of jobs by letting taxpayers keep an additional $600 billion of their income, it repeals Obamacare, it requires Congress to vote to approve or disapprove all major regulations," Paul said of his budget on the Senate floor.
But Paul's plan was turned away in a 18-81 vote. Aside from Paul, other Republicans voting for Paul's plan were Sens. John BarrassoJohn BarrassoGOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election Black ties and french fries mingle at DC's Meridian Ball GOP seeks to block ObamaCare settlements with insurers MORE (Wyo.), Tom CoburnTom CoburnRyan calls out GOP in anti-poverty fight The Trail 2016: Words matter Ex-Sen. Coburn: I won’t challenge Trump, I’ll vote for him MORE (Okla.), John CornynJohn CornynPotential Cruz challenger: 'Don't close off your options' Report: Investor visa program mainly funds wealthy areas GOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election MORE (Texas), Mike CrapoMike CrapoCanada expresses willingness to finish softwood lumber deal The Trail 2016: Who is really winning? GOP senator voting for Trump despite rescinding endorsement MORE (Idaho), Ted CruzTed CruzDemocrats pounce on Cruz's Supreme Court comments Brent Budowsky: An epic battle for the future of Congress Cruz: Precedent exists for keeping Supreme Court short-staffed MORE (Texas), Mike EnziMike EnziGOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election Report: Feds spend billions on PR Restive GOP freshmen eye entitlement reform MORE (Wyo.), Jeff FlakeJeff FlakeThe Trail 2016: Wikissues Democrats pounce on Cruz's Supreme Court comments Flake gets early 2018 primary challenger MORE (Ariz.), James InhofeJames InhofeGOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election A dozen senators call for crackdown on Chinese steel Funding bill rejected as shutdown nears MORE (Okla.), Ron JohnsonRon JohnsonDemocrats pounce on Cruz's Supreme Court comments Vulnerable GOP senator hits opponent over campaign finance GOP plan: Link Dems to an email scandal MORE (Wis.), Mike LeeMike LeeDonald Trump's Mormon PR problem Trump's big worry isn't rigged elections, it's GOP establishment GOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election MORE (Utah), Mitch McConnellMitch McConnellCures bill in jeopardy amid drug pricing push Senate Democratic super PAC sets fundraising record Five takeaways from Florida Senate debate MORE (Ky.), Jerry MoranJerry MoranChasing away scalpers only hurts consumers GOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election Overnight Finance: Lawmakers float criminal charges for Wells Fargo chief | Scrutiny on Trump's Cuba dealings | Ryan warns of recession if no tax reform MORE (Kan.), James Risch (Idaho), Tim ScottTim ScottGOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election More Senate Republicans pressure Treasury over debt-equity rules Trump's implosion might be blessing in disguise for GOP MORE (S.C.), Jeff SessionsJeff SessionsMcCain: Accepting election results is 'American way' GOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election Some in GOP say Trump has gone too far MORE (Ala.), Richard Shelby (Ala.), and David VitterDavid VitterDavid Duke gets debate slot in La. Senate race GOP senators avoid Trump questions on rigged election Trump’s implosion could cost GOP in Louisiana Senate race MORE (La.).