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Biden said the bill will also cut funding for “entitlement reform,” such as expanding the child tax credit.
This is the last year for tax benefits for the child tax credit.
The bill will also end automatic payroll taxes and raise the child tax credit eligibility limit.
It will raise the child tax credit from $3,350 to $4,000 and provide $4,000 per child under the age of six for every parent with income under $100,000.
Biden also voted against extending the earned income tax credit, or EITC, to the elderly. The tax credit for EITC recipients begins when an individual makes $70,000 a year.
Almassageso, the bill will cut $25 billion from the Overseas Contingency Operations Fund for disaster relief and reconstruction spending and eliminate the Foreign Military Sales (FMSS) cap on military goods sold to countries that have been targeted by the government of a foreign country.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said the Senate version of the bill included an “accelerated” cut in defense programs, while the final bill will “tamp down on the destructive and irresponsible spending.”
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Republicans have been demanding an up or down vote from House Democrats on a bill to increase the federal budget deficit. Democrats have refused to give the GOP an up or down vote.
The deal the president has been pushing for was to put $800 billion in the economy to prevent another debt crisis.
“Now that we’re on record as being willing to put $800 billion in the economy that the people of America want us to use, I think there’s going to be enough bipartisan support to say that we are not just going to sit here and hold our noses and agree to a disaster fund increase if we don’t get this done,” Obama said on CBS’ Face the Nation this weekend.