Definition of topline
: the outline of the top of the body of an animal (such as a dog or horse)
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Even before the budget panel set the topline numbers for the 2018 fiscal year, the appropriations committee already crafted spending bills that designated $621 billion for defense spending and $511 billion for non-military domestic programs.
Analysts estimate the blockbuster sale could have added more than $1 billion to Amazon’s topline.
The topline number is down from 42 percent approval in April, the last time the poll was conducted.
Appropriators are already churning out spending bills written to the topline numbers that have received an unofficial approval from the Budget Committee: $621.5 billion on defense and $511 billion on non-defense discretionary spending.
Rather than hacking away at the topline budget, the administration should play to the innovative strengths of NIH.
The Congressional Budget Office will score the Senate plan, and the numbers may be slightly better than the House version (or not) – but the toplines about how many fewer people will have coverage a decade from now will still look bad for the GOP.
Its topline messages include this messaging on health care: Meanwhile, some lawmakers held town halls -- or were afraid to? -- in their states and districts, where health care was inevitably a topic:
The GOP on the Hill and the White House will coordinate on the topline numbers, but budget committee chairs are working with top leaders on their own budget proposal, which is expected to be rolled out sometime in mid-June.
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