The House and Senate have both adopted fiscal 2014 budget resolutions, with competing visions. Following are key stories, analysis and documents on each budget blueprint.
|Budgets in Comparison:||Text of House Plan||House Plan Fact Sheet||Text of Senate Plan||Senate Plan Fact Sheet|
|Analysis: Competing Plans Offer Little Common Ground||Graphic: Primary Differences Between Blueprints||Obama on House Plan||Obama on Senate Plan|
|House Budget Stories:||House Adopts Ryan Budget (March 21)||Panel Advances GOP Budget (March 13)||Plan Targets Domestic Programs||Budget Would OK Keystone Leg|
|Overview: Ryan Proposes $4.6 Trillion in Cuts||Medicare Premium Support, Means Testing Included||Farm Programs Would See Reductions||Highway Spending's Benefits Downplayed|
|Statements on House Plan:||Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.||Armed Services Chairman Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Calif.||Minority Whip Steny H. Hoyer, D-Md.||Budget Ranking Member Chris Van Hollen, D-Md.|
|Senate Budget Stories:||Senate Holds Vote-a-rama, Adopts Budget (March 22-23)||Senators Begin Floor Debate (March 21)||Budget Vote Shows Gun Rights Support||Device Tax Foes Buoyed by Vote|
|Panel OKs Democratic Budget (March 14)||Plan Would Boost Transportation Investments||Health Care Details Vague||Energy, Climate Funds Get Attention|