Congressman Gosar Cosponsors Republican Study Committee Budget

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Washington, DC, March 28, 2012 | comments
U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar, D.D.S (AZ-R) signed on to cosponsor the Republican Study Committee's (RSC) Fiscal Year 2013 alternative budget (H.Con.Res. 113). This conservative proposal balances the budget in 5 years and incorporates a number of bills that Congressman Gosar has previously supported including the Death Tax Repeal Permanency Act (H.R. 1259) and the Welfare Reform Act of 2011 (H.R. 1167).
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For Immediate Release                                                                      March 28,2012

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                Congressman Gosar Cosponsors Republican Study Committee Budget

U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar, D.D.S (AZ-R) signed on to cosponsor the Republican Study Committee's (RSC) Fiscal Year 2013 alternative budget (H.Con.Res. 113). This conservative proposal balances the budget in 5 years and incorporates a number of bills that Congressman Gosar has previously supported including the Death Tax Repeal Permanency Act (H.R. 1259) and the Welfare Reform Act of 2011 (H.R. 1167).

Upon signing on as a cosponsor of this legislation, Congressman Gosar said, “Our nation is facing an economic crisis of epic proportions and the status quo answer of pushing off serious reform until tomorrow just will not do.  Americans deserve better. The Republican Study Committee’s budget offers the bold solutions and reforms to get the country back on the right path to recovery.”  Gosar went on to say, “This budget addresses some of the greatest challenges standing in the way of a rebounding economy, and makes the tough choices necessary to balance our budget within the next decade.  The tax reforms included in this package offer American workers an option for a flatter income tax, an important first step towards a much needed overhaul of our entire tax system.  I have been an avid supporter of the permanent repeal of the death tax and am glad that this is also being included in the plan.”

“I have continually stressed that we must get away from the rhetoric surrounding Social Security and Medicare and look to the future, to ensure that while keeping our promises to today’s seniors, these programs are solvent for future generations.  This conservative budget proposal includes common sense solutions to do just that,” said Congressman Gosar.

More details on the RSC’s budget, including text, a short summary, and a long summary, can be found here

Congressman Gosar, D.D.S is a small business owner who owned and operated a dental practice for 25 years.  For more information please visit www.gosar.house.gov.

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