Summary

S. 81: A bill to provide guidance and priorities for Federal Government obligations in the event that the debt limit is reached. Read More

Status

This bill was introduced on Jan 28, 2013, in a previous session of Congress, but was not passed.

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Date Introduced
Jan 23, 2013

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Nation

118 Supporting
8 Opposing
94% 6%

State: CA

7 Supporting
2 Opposing
78% 22%

District: 1st

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I support S. 81 ("A bill to provide guidance and priorities for Federal Government obligations in the event that") because your government spending is out of control and dangerous. It will cause the end of our Constitutional Republic.

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CA
25
restoreAmerica
CA-25
1 year ago

I support S. 81 ("A bill to provide guidance and priorities for Federal Government obligations in the event that") because it keeps the Executive Branch from using military, teachers, police, and firefighters as political pawns in their games.

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NC
4
windskisong
NC-4
2 years ago

I support S. 81 ("A bill to provide guidance and priorities for Federal Government obligations in the event that") because...I am in favor of any responsible fiscal action and those responsibilities it has that are CONSTITUTIONAL.

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ID
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Francis525
ID-1
2 years ago

I support S. 81 ("A bill to provide guidance and priorities for Federal Government obligations in the event that") because..it's time to reign in this run away spending and debt. We all have to have a budget and cannot spend what we don't have.

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MS
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FrancisAndrews
MS-2
2 years ago

I support S. 81 ("A bill to provide guidance and priorities for Federal Government obligations in the event that") because... The Federal Gvt. has gotten too big for it's britches (obligations). You need to reign in spending, you need to develop a plan on what is prioritized. I can get you started. Downsize TO 10% EPA and Dept of Education budgets. Eliminate cabinate position of education. eliminate funding for all Czars. eliminate funding for all Grants. Put college loans back in public business/banks and out from taxpayer support. Elimination of Fanny Mae and Freddy Mac funding. Determine what programs of assistance is duplicated through several Federal agencies and stop funding for all but 1 agency - making all recipients go through that 1 agency for support. Stop messing with IRS code and instead pass the Fair Tax. All illegals are criminals and therefore all taxpayer support (except for deportation) is suspended. Pay for prudent and necessary Defense spending (the one true responsibility of the Federal Gvt.) Pay obligations under Medicare and Social Security and Federal Retirees (FERS and CSRS) and Veterans Admin. Well now you have a start ...go forth and do good

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FL
11
MarkDist11
FL-11
2 years ago

Users Opposing

I oppose S. 81 ("A bill to provide guidance and priorities for Federal Government obligations in the event that") because if you could just pass a budget and then live within that budget then these types of "band-aid" bills won't be necessary in the first place! Get to work and solve the real problems first.

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NevadaSteve
NV-2
2 years ago

Bill Summary

S. 81: A bill to provide guidance and priorities for Federal Government obligations in the event that the debt limit is reached.

S. 80The SAFER Act S. 82The Separation of Powers Restoration and Second Amendment Protection Act