WASHINGTON ― Democratic leaders canceled a vote for later this week on a two-year budget plan after took issue with the limits for defense and domestic spending in the blueprint. But what hardly any progressive member seemed to understand Tuesday was that functionally approved the spending limits in a procedural vote.

House Budget Committee Chairman (D-Ky.) announced in a statement Tuesday that his two-year legislation setting budget numbers ― from a full 10-year budget ― would not come up for a vote.

“There are further conversations we must have to reach consensus between the wings of our caucus, left and right,” Yarmuth said in a statement. “But we all have a responsibility to govern and obligations to the American people,

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