"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.

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"Our ever-expanding debt is costing us millions of jobs a year. It's time to stop burying our kids in debt."

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