S. Hrg. 113-228: Concurrent Resolution on the Budget Fiscal Year 2014, Hearings Before the Committee on the Budget, United States Senate, One Hundred Thirteenth Congress, First Session   [open pdf - 12MB]

These are the February, April, and June 2013 hearings on the "Budget Fiscal Year 2014" held before the Senate Committee on the Budget. From the opening statement of Patty Murray on February 12, 2013: "Budget issues have received a lot of attention over the past few years, but the conversation is too often focused on abstract numbers and the partisan back-and-forth. Budgets, however, are about a lot more than this. They are reflections of our values and our priorities and our vision for what our Government and our country and our economy should look like now and into the future. Budgets are not about us here on this Budget Committee. They are not about our colleagues across Congress or in the administration. They are about the families across America whose lives will be impacted by the decisions that we make. They are about their jobs and their children and their future, and we owe it to them to make sure they have a voice in this process and that their values and perspectives are heard." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Martin E. Dempsey, Arne Duncan, Douglas W. Elmendorf, Chuck Hagel, Jacob J. Lew, Eric K. Shinseki, and Jeffery Zients.

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