Mitch Daniels: Avoid Riders on Spending Bills

Sunday, 13 Mar 2011 01:28 PM

By Hiram Reisner

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Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels – who has been mentioned as a potential GOP 2012 presidential candidate – suggests House Republicans should avoid attaching legislative riders to spending bills, Politico reports.

mitch,daniels,riders,spending,bill,gop“As a general rule, it is better practice to do the people’s business, try to concentrate on making ends meet, which Washington obviously has failed to do for a long time – and have other policy debates in other places,” Daniels said on NBC's "Meet the Press."

House Republicans are headed for a showdown with Senate Democrats over the inclusion in budget bills of controversial riders, on issues like reproductive health, the environment, and healthcare reform.


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