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Aries Horoscope

Jan 28, 2023… You will be likely to rely on your gut instincts today. Listen to your intuition and walk away from groups or activities that go against who you are. Let your unique flag fly and wave it with pride. When problems arise, listen to the voice inside to find your way, but don’t over-think it. Stay true to yourself, Aries, and you’ll find your path much more to your liking.

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Jan 28, 2023… You could be conflicted about what you want in your life today. If you come to a crossroad, it won’t be about what’s going on around you so much as what’s on your mind. What’s your ultimate destination — the light at the end of your personal tunnel? If you don’t have one, today’s vibe is right to turn it on. Evaluate your options, commit to a solution, and outline the steps you need to take so you can see a clear path ahead of you.

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Jan 28, 2023… You could be conflicted about what you want in your life today. If you come to a crossroad, it won’t be about what’s going on around you so much as what’s on your mind. What’s your ultimate destination — the light at the end of your personal tunnel? If you don’t have one, today’s vibe is right to turn it on. Evaluate your options, commit to a solution, and outline the steps you need to take so you can see a clear path ahead of you.

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Jan 28, 2023… You could be conflicted about what you want in your life today. If you come to a crossroad, it won’t be about what’s going on around you so much as what’s on your mind. What’s your ultimate destination — the light at the end of your personal tunnel? If you don’t have one, today’s vibe is right to turn it on. Evaluate your options, commit to a solution, and outline the steps you need to take so you can see a clear path ahead of you.

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling

(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Freedom Caucus in the House was furious. Now that they’re in charge in the Lower Chamber, many Conservatives have made it clear they don’t intend to raise it again. President Joe Biden has now agreed to meet with the House Speaker regarding the matter.

On Friday, January 20, POLITICO reported Biden said he was going to “have a little discussion” about raising the debt ceiling with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). The POTUS told a White House event with city mayors that if lawmakers don’t agree to a deal, then the country would “renege” on its debts for the first time.

The debt ceiling is the total amount of money Congress has authorized the government to borrow to meet its legal obligations. That includes the money it needs to pay tax refunds, military pay, interest on the national debt, and other important bills the government has already approved. It is not new spending, but rather just the money needed to cover its debt. Some of the programs covered by debt payments include things like the pandemic bills passed by both Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said the US has until at least June to increase the debt limit. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” to discuss the issue. She said the fight over the debt ceiling demonstrates “the budget process isn’t working because [America hasn’t] had a budget in decades.”

The Washington Post reported House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Fox News that lawmakers “can’t just increase the debt limit” and let things proceed as they have been.

It’s unclear when the meeting between the president and McCarthy might take place.

Copyright 2023, UnitedVoice.com

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Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling
Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling(UnitedVoice.com) – Before the end of the 117th Congress, Senate Republicans voted with Democrats to raise the debt ceiling. The Fre ...Read More

Biden to Meet With McCarthy Regarding Debt Ceiling