This article from Roll Call gives a very useful overview of The Heritage Foundation’s Budget Book and outlines how impactful Heritage’s policy recommendations will be for Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle.
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
The Heritage book is initially aimed at the House and Senate Budget committees, which are both under GOP control for the first time in years and will soon begin work on their respective fiscal 2016 budget resolutions set to be unveiled in March. The organization of the report follows the functional categories or divisions of spending in the budget resolutions, including defense, international affairs, income security and others.
Be sure to check out the Budget Book to see where we can trim the fat from our federal spending.