Democratic Rep: Ryan budget isn't going anywhere

A Democratic lawmaker says the House GOP budget isn't going anywhere.

Kentucky Rep. John YarmuthJohn Allen YarmuthOvernight Health Care: Trump health official warned against family separations | Study ignites debate over cost of 'Medicare for All' | Individual market enrollment drops as premiums rise Liberal Dems lay groundwork to push 'Medicare for all' Overnight Health Care: Trump meets with Pfizer CEO amid pricing push | Kentucky reinstates dental, vision Medicaid benefits | Spending by health lobby groups down in second quarter MORE (D) told The Hill that House Budget Committee Chairman Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanNew Dem ad uses Paterno, KKK, affair allegations to tar GOP leaders House Dem: Party's aging leaders is 'a problem' Rand Paul to ask Trump to lift sanctions on Russian leaders MORE's (R-Wis.) fiscal 2015 budget "is pretty much a rhetorical exercise."

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Yarmuth, a member of the Budget panel, contends that Ryan's "Path to Prosperity" is more of the same from the GOP.

The Budget Committee is marking up the GOP's fiscal policy blueprint on Wednesday, and the House is expected to vote on it next week before the two-week Easter recess.