Why Trump’s move to rescind spending might find favor in the House, but not the Senate

An arcane budgetary tool has re-emerged this week as yet another source of intra-party division among Republicans. Today, the White House sent Congress a proposal to roll back roughly $15 billion in previously allocated spending. The package is significantly smaller than both the White House’s original $60 billion proposal and the $25 billion that some … Continue reading Why Trump’s move to rescind spending might find favor in the House, but not the Senate