Following through on a threat, House Republicans have proposed cutting the State Department's budget to protest its slow response in producing documents related to the investigation of the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya.
A House panel has unveiled a $578.6 billion spending plan that includes a pay raise for military men and women, money to continue building the aircraft that protects ground troops and funds to fight terrorism.
Governor Steve Bullock made statements upon the plan written up by House Republicans last Thursday. While Bullocks proposed plan, would invest money for the future and make a responsible budget, he says that the Republican plan, will only ignore issues.
The Republican-led House passed a $10 billion budget bill just hours after Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock threatened to veto it for failing to fund critical services such as protecting children from abuse.