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Thu, Jan. 24 2013 07:48 AM EDT

Is 'No Budget, No Pay' Unconstitutional?

By Napp Nazworth
The House of Representatives approved Wednesday, 285-144, a three-month extension of the debt limit. Included in that bill was a "no budget, no pay" provision, which requires members of Congress to pass a budget, or they will not receive a salary. Some of the lawmakers who voted against the bill say that the "no budget, no pay" provision violates the 27th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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