U.S. Congressman Greg WAlden voted yes on the legislation that he says reduces spending.
"Today the House passed a plan to continue our successful efforts to reduce spending, grow our eocnomy and prioritze to make sure taxpayer dollars are being spent wisely. This plan reduces spending below 2009 levels, below even what it was when President Obama took office. This year will make the first time since the Korean War that spending has been cut four years in a row, a total of $165 billion since 2010."
The U.S. Senate is expected to also approve the budget bill by the end of the week.