House Prepares for First Senate Budget in Four Years

Early Saturday morning the Senate passed its first budget in four years. The $3.7 trillion budget, includes $1 trillion in new taxes, and would balance the budget by 2023. When Congress returns at the beginning of April, the Senate budget goes to the GOP-controlled House, which has already passed on party lines a plan presented by Paul Ryan.

On ‘Wilkow’ Monday Rep. Paul Broun joined the show to discuss each budget, which he believes do not cut enough, and the 400 amendments filed to the Senate bill including the repeal many new taxes related to ObamaCare.