Democratic Rep: Ryan budget isn't going anywhere

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

Kentucky Rep. John YarmuthJohn YarmuthOvernight Finance: GOP bill would leave 23M more uninsured, says CBO | Trump aides defend budget | Mnuchin asks for clean debt hike before August | Ryan says House could pass bill without border tax Mulvaney defends Trump budget before Congress Dem lawmaker: Time for new generation of leadership MORE (D) told The Hill that House Budget Committee Chairman Paul RyanPaul RyanGOP leaders launch internal review into leak Opinion | Michael Steele: Gianforte better put his ‘big boy’ pants on Washington needs high-level science and technology expertise – now! 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.