Regulatory Reform and Innovation - December 11, 2013

Budget cuts to the military weaken our preparedness

The nation’s investment in, and thereby the commitment, to our national security is at a dangerous tipping point. We want, need and demand armed forces that can fight and win when called upon.

Providing for the Common Defense Act

Today, the House will vote on a budget deal crafted by budget committee chairmen Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) to set top-line discretionary spending levels for the next two fiscal years.