After saying yesterday he "would not" cut Medicare, Medicaid, SNAP benefits, and
* More than 4 million Texans receive Medicare benefits.
Listed below are a few examples of Cornyn's attempts to cut Medicare, Medicaid, and
2011: Cornyn voted for the Ryan Budget, which "would essentially end Medicare, which now pays most of the healthcare bills for 48 million elderly and disabled Americans, as a program that directly pays those bills." [Vote 77, 5/25/11;
2011: "Ending Medicare as we know it is a key part" of
2011: Cornyn voted for the "Cut, Cap and Balance" plan, which "would necessitate deep cuts in
2015: Cornyn voted for a budget that called on Medicare to be subjected to "
2017: Cornyn voted for a budget resolution that "propose[d]
2017: Cornyn voted for a corporate tax giveaway that spiked the federal deficit, "trimmed a year of solvency from the primary Medicare trust fund and had a negative effect on the