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H Con Res 11 - Establishing the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2021 and setting forth the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2022 through 2030 - National Key Vote

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Title: Establishing the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2021 and setting forth the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2022 through 2030

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a concurrent resolution that establishes the congressional budget for the federal government in the 2021 fiscal years, sets forth budgetary levels for fiscal years 2022-2030, and provides reconciliation instructions for legislation that increases the deficit.

Highlights:

 

  • Establishes the following recommended levels of federal revenue for fiscal years 2021-2030 (Title I, Subtitle A, Sec. 1101):

    • $2.303 trillion for fiscal year 2021;

    • $2.768 trillion for fiscal year 2022;

    • $2.971 trillion for fiscal year 2023;

    • $3.092 trillion for fiscal year 2024;

    • $3.236 trillion for fiscal year 2025;

    • $3.514 trillion for fiscal year 2026;

    • $3.883 trillion for fiscal year 2027;

    • $2.971 trillion for fiscal year 2028;

    • $4.007 trillion for fiscal year 2029; and

    • $4.121 trillion for fiscal year 2030.

  • Establishes the following recommended levels of federal budgetary spending for national defense in fiscal years 2021-2030 (Title I, Subtitle A, Sec. 1102):

    • $762.55 billion for fiscal year 2021;

    • $776.98 billion for fiscal year 2022;

    • $792.88 billion for fiscal year 2023;

    • $810.36 billion for fiscal year 2024;

    • $828.95 billion for fiscal year 2025;

    • $847.99 billion for fiscal year 2026;

    • $868.01 billion for fiscal year 2027;

    • $888.63 billion for fiscal year 2028;

    • $909.67 billion for fiscal year 2029; and

    • $931.65 billion for fiscal year 2030.

  • Establishes the following recommended levels of federal budgetary spending for international affairs in fiscal years 2021-2030 (Title I, Subtitle A, Sec. 1102):

    • $85.04 billion for fiscal year 2021;

    • $64.24 billion for fiscal year 2022;

    • $60.41 billion for fiscal year 2023;

    • $61.72 billion for fiscal year 2024;

    • $63.11 billion for fiscal year 2025;

    • $64.51 billion for fiscal year 2026;

    • $66.05 billion for fiscal year 2027;

    • $67.60 billion for fiscal year 2028;

    • $69.14 billion for fiscal year 2029; and

    • $70.70 billion for fiscal year 2030.

  • Establishes the following recommended levels of federal budgetary spending for general science, space, and technology in fiscal years 2021-2030 (Title I, Subtitle A, Sec. 1102):

    • $38.54 billion for fiscal year 2021;

    • $38.02 billion for fiscal year 2022;

    • $38.79 billion for fiscal year 2023;

    • $39.60 billion for fiscal year 2024;

    • $40.47 billion for fiscal year 2025;

    • $41.34 billion for fiscal year 2026;

    • $42.24 billion for fiscal year 2027;

    • $43.16 billion for fiscal year 2028;

    • $44.09 billion for fiscal year 2029; and

    • $45.06 billion for fiscal year 2030.

  • Establishes the following recommended levels of federal budgetary spending for energy in fiscal years 2021-2030 (Title I, Subtitle A, Sec. 1102):

    • $4.05 billion for fiscal year 2021;

    • $6.05 billion for fiscal year 2022;

    • $5.73 billion for fiscal year 2023;

    • $5.83 billion for fiscal year 2024;

    • $5.94 billion for fiscal year 2025;

    • $5.81 billion for fiscal year 2026;

    • $5.92 billion for fiscal year 2027;

    • $7.84 billion for fiscal year 2028;

    • $8.31 billion for fiscal year 2029; and

    • $8.50 billion for fiscal year 2030.

  • Establishes the following recommended levels of federal budgetary spending for natural resources and environment in fiscal years 2021-2030 (Title I, Subtitle A, Sec. 1102):

    • $50.04 billion for fiscal year 2021;

    • $51.24 billion for fiscal year 2022;

    • $53.06 billion for fiscal year 2023;

    • $54.11 billion for fiscal year 2024;

    • $55.21 billion for fiscal year 2025;

    • $54.73 billion for fiscal year 2026;

    • $55.89 billion for fiscal year 2027;

    • $57.14 billion for fiscal year 2028;

    • $58.37 billion for fiscal year 2029; and

    • $59.61 billion for fiscal year 2030.

  • Establishes the following recommended levels of federal budgetary spending for agriculture in fiscal years 2021-2030 (Title I, Subtitle A, Sec. 1102):

    • $49.06 billion for fiscal year 2021;

    • $28.04 billion for fiscal year 2022;

    • $28.13 billion for fiscal year 2023;

    • $27.90 billion for fiscal year 2024;

    • $27.49 billion for fiscal year 2025;

    • $27.67 billion for fiscal year 2026;

    • $27.53 billion for fiscal year 2027;

    • $27.71 billion for fiscal year 2028;

    • $27.75 billion for fiscal year 2029; and

    • $28.05 billion for fiscal year 2030.

Title: Establishing the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2021 and setting forth the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2022 through 2030

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