Republican Study Committee Budget
Posted June 15, 2022
Rep. Kevin Hern Budget & Spending Task Force
Our goal: Prevent a debt crisis, ensure survival of critical
entitlement programs, fulfill Constitutional obligation to defend
Joe Biden's lack of leadership has driven our country to the
worst inflation in 40 years and the highest gas prices in history.
With no budget and no accountability for their spending, Democrats
in Congress are spending taxpayer dollars as fast as they can.
Americans are looking to Republicans for fiscal responsibility and
The Republican Study Committee budget provides that and more. We
have heard the demands of the American people and will use our
Majority to implement common-sense, conservative policies to save
America from a debt disaster. THE RSC SOLUTION: Common-sense
reforms to reduce spending & the associated inflation.
Fund our military so they can combat the rising threat of China.
Biden's military spending isn't keeping up with inflation, we're
giving the military a 5% real increase.
Protect our border with a fully funded border wall. Reinstate
the effective Remain in Mexico Policy and closing asylum
Over 30 deregulatory actions and numerous proposals to oppose
Biden's radical expansion of the federal government. Protect the
conservative values that built our country. 23 pro-life member
initiatives included - the most pro-life budget ever introduced.
Protect children from Critical Race Theory and radical gender
ideology - the first budget ever to prevent taxpayer dollars from
going to CRT in our schools. Ensure religious liberty and First
Protect our 2nd Amendment rights. Replicate the successful work
requirements of the 90s across all welfare programs. Create
opportunities for workers by ending welfare cliffs and marriage
penalties that discourage work and stable families. End for good
the Democrat policy to pay Americans to stay home.
Make the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act permanent, putting money back in
the hands of American workers. Incentivize companies to keep jobs
in America. With no action, Medicare will be bankrupt by 2028 &
Social Security by 2034. Allow Medicare to compete with private
plans, dropping premiums by 7%. Implement common-sense measures to
ensure solvency for Social Security long-term with a gradual
increase of the retirement age and a reduction of benefits for