By Geneva Sands - 04/10/13 10:04 PM EDT
Viebeck points out that although the White House had previously floated raising the Medicare eligibility age, it's not included in the administration's budget proposal.
The $1.058 trillion budget for fiscal year 2014 — which arrived on Capitol Hill about two months late — includes $3.77 trillion in total spending, including entitlements.
It would add $5.3 trillion in new deficit spending over 10 years and increase spending in 2014 by $160 billion compared to current law.
For more on the details of the budget, as well as GOP reaction, check out The Hill's On The Money blog.
—Erik Wasson contributed.