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Infographic: The House Republican Budget

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  • 1. THE HOUSE REPUBLICAN BUDGET The House Republican budget would shower the wealthiest few Americans with an average tax cut of at least $150,000, paid for by ending Medicare as we know it and cutting the very investments we need to grow the economy and restore middle class security. THE BUDGET FAILS THE TEST OF BALANCE, FAIRNESS, AND SHARED RESPONSIBILITY. O R BY PA I D F LASS ID DLE C THE M A X C U TS F O R EVEN MORE T ES D B IL L IO N A IR M IL L IO N A IR E S A N $150,000 – AVERAGE TAX CUT FOR MILLIONAIRES AND BILLIONAIRES $150,000 WOULD PAY FOR.... 1 years’ worth of savings for a senior in the Medicare prescription drug "donut hole" $600 1 school computer lab $40,000 1 year of medical care for a veteran returning home $8,945 1 yearly tax cut for an average millionaire 1 grant for medical research or billionaire on chronic diseases $50,000 $150,000 1 tax credit to make a year of college more affordable $2,500 1 firefighter, police officer, or first responder kept on the job $42,000 1 college student receiving the maximum Pell Grant $5,550LEARN MORE AT WHITEHOUSE.GOV March 22, 2012

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