April 24, 2017

Publications

17 Apr, 2017 - Special Publication

Experts believe assembling and passing the final Fiscal 2017 spending package is complex but doable, an April 12 story in Market News International reported.

The story, by John Shaw, says that only one of the twelve 2017 spending bills has been signed into law, while the rest are likely to be combined into an omnibus spending package.

Robert L. Bixby, executive director of The Concord Coalition, believes it is likely that a spending package will be...

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13 Oct, 2016 - Special Publication
A Market News International (MNI) story reports budget experts saying that the 2016 campaign "has not been characterized by candidates who have proposed detailed plans to address the nation's long-term fiscal challenges -- or even a thoughtful discussion of the U.S.'s budget predicament." The story... Read More
11 Oct, 2016 - Special Publication
A budget deal or a needed increases in the debt limit in the next Congress could create opportunities for improvements in the federal budget process, according to an Oct. 11 story in CQ. The story, by Paul M. Krawzak, notes that the House and Senate budget chairmen and their committees have been... Read More
11 Oct, 2016 - Press Release
LAS VEGAS -- In advance of the final presidential debate at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, students, faculty and staff there will participate in an interactive exercise tomorrow in which they will face some of the difficult budget choices awaiting the next administration and Congress. The “... Read More
11 Oct, 2016 - Press Release
CONCORD, N.H. -- Fiscal Fridays, an interview series on NH1 that has featured 14 candidates for the presidency and New Hampshire congressional seats, continues Oct. 14 with the “Fiscal Fridays Festival” at the Warren B. Rudman Center at the University of New Hampshire School of Law in Concord. The... Read More
11 Oct, 2016 - Press Release
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Douglas Holtz-Eakin and Jared Bernstein, two of the nation's leading economists, will discuss how income inequality and fiscal responsibility relate in a program Monday, Oct. 17 at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College. The program, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m... Read More
6 Oct, 2016 - Press Release
NEWBURYPORT, MASS. --Former Congressman William H. Zeliff andChase A. Hagaman, a regional director for the nonpartisan Concord Coalition, will be featured speakers in a public program Thursday night, Oct. 13, in Newburyport on the fiscal challenges facing the nation, the next president and Congress... Read More
27 Sep, 2016 - Press Release
ST. LOUIS -- In a program Thursday night at Washington University, three of the nation’s leading experts on the federal budget will discuss the difficult fiscal challenges facing the next president and Congress. The program, a week and a half before the presidential debate at the university, will... Read More
26 Sep, 2016 - Press Release
ST. LOUIS -- In advance of the Oct. 9 presidential debate at Washington University, students there will participate in an exercise this Wednesday night in which they will face some of the difficult budget choices awaiting the next administration and Congress. The exercise, developed by the non-... Read More
19 Sep, 2016 - Special Publication
Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert L. Bixby expressed concerns to CQ Magazine about the positions that both major-party presidential nominees have taken on federal budget issues. He says Republican nominee Donald Trump has failed to propose solutions to the budget problems that stem from... Read More
19 Sep, 2016 - Special Publication
In the Sun Journal, Chase Hagaman, New England regional director of The Concord Coalition, explains how the United State's long-term fiscal challenges need to be addressed sooner rather than later. The op-ed can also be found here.   “Isn’t it a shame,” the late journalist Earl... Read More