In GOP reversal, congressman calls for defense-spending ceiling

03/12/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The · Defense News

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., is putting forward a budget that would put a ceiling on military spending, a change from past GOP practice and a move that puts that part of the Ryan proposal more in line with Democrats. Ryan wants military spending to account for a maximum 4% of GDP, although next year his budget would allot $560.2 billion on defense, which is lower than that cap.

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