Here’s the crux:
On Saturday the House passed its operating budget. As passed, it would appropriate $52.319 billion from funds subject to the outlook (NGFO) for 2019–21 (a decrease of 2.6% over the 2020 supplemental) and $58.479 billion from the NGFO for 2021–23 (an increase of 11.8% over the proposed 2021 supplemental).
The House-passed budget would appropriate $1.189 billion less over three years (NGFO) than the budget passed by the Senate.
Both budgets boost spending a lot and rely on a controversial 7% capital gains tax. The final budget deal will be hashed out in conference committee negotiations.