Spending Limit Amendment
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Representatives Jeb Hensarling and Mike Pence talked about a Constitutional spending limit amendment they are introducing, and they responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. The amendment would limit spending to “one-fifth of the economy” and could be wavied only if a declaration of war was in effect or by a two-thirds vote of Congress.
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Jeb Hensarling U.S. Representative [R] Texas
Mike Pence U.S. Representative [R] Indiana
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