It's called the "Cut, Cap and Balance" bill, and Lafayette Congressman Charles Boustany says he believes this vote will be passed by the House of Representatives today, but he says it will not pass in the U.S. Senate.

MetroSource News reports: "A conservative "Cut, Cap and Balance" bill is expected to pass a House vote today.  The measure aims to cut deficits, cap federal spending and balance the federal budget through a constitutional amendment.  The legislation will likely go nowhere in the Senate.  The legislation is loosely linked to ongoing negotiations to raise the federal debt ceiling."

Boustany spoke with the hosts of "Mornings With Ken & Bernie" today to discuss the provision, and he was confidant that it will pass the House, but be defeated in the U.S. Senate.  Boustany gives his thoughts:

And here's Congressman Boustany speaking in support of the Cut, Cap and Balance Act of 2011 in Washington, D.C.