The Republican Study Committee has offered its own budget alternative that builds off the important reforms encompassed in the Republican Conference Budget to continue to cut spending and limit the size of government.

The RSC Budget provides serious proposals to cut spending and improve the tax code, restoring fiscal restraint in federal budgeting.

The budget alternative would bring spending to pre-“stimulus,” pre-bailout levels, erasing the budget-busting Pelosi-Reid-Obama spending binge of the past four years.

In addition, the budget mirrors the House Republican Conference Budget bold move towards lasting entitlement reform. It also eliminates Obamacare, allows state flexibility in welfare and Medicaid spending and adopts the Budget Chairman’s “premium support” model to save Medicare.

Importantly, the RSC Budget does not raise taxes. The plan instead instructs on pro-growth tax reform, bringing down the tax burden on families and employers to restore American prosperity.