Rep. Ryan pushes spending cuts in new Congress
Rep. Paul Ryan said he will have a prominent insider’s role as Republican leaders work for major cuts in federal spending this term.
The Janesville Republican and recent vice presidential candidate spoke to The Gazette on Thursday as the 113th Congress convened.
Ryan kept a low profile during the recent fiscal cliff discussions, but he now appears ready to take on a more public role. Ryan was critical of what he called President Barack Obama’s lack of leadership on spending cuts.
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