The House Republican Conference Budget offers significant spending reform by cutting discretionary spending and making important changes to entitlements.

The Conference Budget would cut spending by over $6 trillion over the next decade and keep spending below its historical average of 21 percent of GDP by 2016.

In addition, the budget saves the entitlement programs by allowing states flexibility in welfare and Medicaid spending and allowing taxpayers to invest in their own healthcare, rather than relying on the bankrupt Medicare system as it exists today.

Importantly, the Conference Budget implements this necessary spending reform without raising taxes. In fact, the budget requires pro-growth tax reform, ensuring American prosperity and exceptionalism for generations to come.

Vote YES on H.Con.Res 112, the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2013