May 30, 2016

Publications

27 May, 2016 - Special Publication

In an op-ed for the New Hampshire Union Leader, Chase Hagaman, New England director of The Concord Coalition, writes the big goals millennials hope to accomplish in the future can only be achieved if the nation's fiscal challenges are addressed. The op-ed can also be found here

Millenials, including some of our country’s up-and-coming leaders, have high hopes for the future.

Many of us want to help address climate change, pioneer...

Recent Publications

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3 Aug, 2015 - Special Publication
The full interview can also be found here. Q: The latest trustees' report shows improvements in the long-term health of both Medicare and Social Security. Both should be able to cover benefits for at least 15 years. So why make any changes now? A: The simple answer is that the two... Read More
1 Aug, 2015 - Special Publication
Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert Bixby discusses the latest reports by the trustees for Medicare and Social Security and the long-term challenges facing both programs in an interview with the Orlando Sentinel. Excerpts of the interview follow. You can read the full interview here or... Read More
31 Jul, 2015 - Special Publication
The Chicago Tribune recently wrote an editorial praising First Budget for its efforts to engage presidential candidates on the unsustainable rise in national debt and says voters must urge candidates to address this "existential threat" facing the country. The article, behind a paywall, can be... Read More
22 Jul, 2015 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition said today that new reports from the trustees for Social Security and Medicare show the rising pressure the programs will put on the entire federal budget in the years ahead, a problem that deserves close attention from the presidential candidates and others... Read More
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20 May, 2015 - Press Release
Concord, New Hampshire -- First Budget, a nonpartisan initiative to raise awareness of the nation’s fiscal challenges during the 2016 presidential campaign, today announced a “New Hampshire Cabinet” consisting of political, business and civic leaders from across the state. The Cabinet includes... Read More
13 May, 2015 - Special Publication
The Concord Coalition and the Bipartisan Policy Center recently co-hosted a forum about improving retirement security on Capitol Hill. A video of the event can be found here. Senator Hatch's and Mr. Furman's official remarks are available to download.  Senate... Read More
6 May, 2015 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- Top policymakers and experts in Social Security and retirement issues from across the political spectrum will gather on Capitol Hill Tuesday afternoon, May 12, to discuss ways the current Congress can improve retirement security. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah)... Read More
5 May, 2015 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition welcomes the House and Senate passage of a budget resolution that promises to balance the budget and substantially slow the growth of federal debt over the next 10 years. Concord warns, however, that these goals rest upon speculative savings from future policy... Read More
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2 Apr, 2015 - Press Release
CONCORD, N.H. --  First Budget brought its message for the 2016 presidential election to New Hampshire today as part of its campaign to highlight the growing federal debt. First Budget, a joint effort of The Concord Coalition and the Campaign to Fix the Debt, is active in New Hampshire and... Read More
24 Mar, 2015 - Press Release
UPDATE (APRIL 2): A live videocast of this program can be found at the University of New Hampshire's internet broadcasting website today starting at noon.  CONCORD, N.H. -- Two outspoken advocates of comprehensive fiscal reform, former Senators Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) and Evan Bayh (D-... Read More