Congressman tackles sequestration in YouTube clip.
U.S. Rep. Kerry Bentivolio, R-Milford, released a YouTube video March 1 purporting to break down the math of sequestration. Bentivolio, a former school teacher from Milford, uses the clip to explain his thoughts on current budget talks in Washington, D.C. Do you agree with the Congressman? Tell us in the comments.
The U.S. House went along with a Senate plan Tuesday to address expiring Bush-era tax cuts while delaying spending cuts.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted late Tuesday night 257-167 to endorse a Senate vote early Tuesday morning on a bill to avert the so-called "Fiscal Cliff", as tax cuts passed when George W. Bush was President expired January 1, in addition to automatic spending cuts which were delayed. A complete list of the yeas and nays can be found on the website for the House of Representatives. U.S. Rep. David Curson (D-Belleville), who represented White Lake and Highland in Michigan's 11th Congressional District, voted for the bill. The Senate legislation passed early Tuesday 89-8. Curson is filling the remainder of former U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter's (R-Livonia) term after winning a Nov. 6 special election. U.S. Rep.-elect Kerry Bentivolio (…