An Illinois Republican says the president's budget plan will not get automatic approval.
U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Taylorville) tells 25 News a lot more work has to be done on the federal spending plan.
"We're going to, as House members - both Republican and hopefully Democrats, if they're willing to work with us - make sure we put a well-balanced budget together that's going to save taxpayers billions but also fund the important programs that we need in this country,” said Davis.
Davis tells 25 News that he does support the Peoria Meals on Wheels program, which we have reported is threatened by the president's proposed budget cuts.
Davis' district includes parts of Bloomington-Normal.