Conservative House Republicans on Thursday continued to say they wouldn’t vote for a budget resolution that sticks to last year’s budget deal, even after GOP leaders offered to hold a separate vote on legislation to cut $30 billion in mandatory spending.

“Not inclined to be there, nope,” House Freedom Caucus Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, told Roll Call.

House leaders and Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price, R-Ga., presented a plan to the Republican conference that could spell the end of the budget process for the year. The budget resolution would set fiscal 2017 spending at $1.07 trillion, the number passed in the October budget deal, but members would have an opportunity to vote on a separate package of $30 billion in cuts to mandatory spending over two years.

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