August 22, 2014

Publications

11 Aug, 2014 - Special Publication

Sara Imhof, The Concord Coalition's director for education and grassroots advocacy, wrote this op-ed, which was published Sunday in North Carolina's Salisbury Post.

North Carolina can take pride in being one of the states to which seniors and people nearing retirement are flocking. They appreciate its southern charm, lower-than-average cost of living, and of course the opportunity to enjoy beaches and mountains and everything in between.

As a result, the state’s...

Recent Publications

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3 Feb, 2014 - Press Release
Swift action on the federal debt limit is necessary but may not be as easy as many on Capitol Hill assume, according to Robert L. Bixby, executive director of The Concord Coalition.  “Like Frankenstein’s monster, the statutory debt limit will soon come back to life,” he writes in a new blog... Read More
19 Jan, 2014 - Special Publication
In a recent op-ed for The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), Sara Imhof, Midwest regional director for the Concord Coalition, invited readers to two budget exercises this Tuesday in Marshalltown and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Co-hosted by Rep. Bruce Braley (D-Iowa), the exercises will ask participants to... Read More
27 Dec, 2013 - Special Publication
In a letter to the editor in the Quad-Cities Times, Sara Imhof, Midwest regional director for The Concord Coalition, discussed the success of two recent budget exercises she co-hosted with Rep. Cheri Bustos (D-Ill.), and thanked the Quad-Cities community for being part of a constructive civil... Read More
23 Dec, 2013 - Special Publication
In a letter to the editor in the Casper-Star Tribune, Paul Hansen, western states regional director for The Concord Coalition, reminds Wyoming's congressional delegation, all of whom voted against the recent budget agreement, of the need for compromise in dealing with the nation's fiscal challenges... Read More
17 Dec, 2013 - Special Publication
The following letter was sent to Rep. Reid Ribble (R-Wisc.) by the Concord Coalition discussing the potential effects a switch to biennial budgeting would have on the federal budget process.Dear Mr. Ribble,Given the frequent breakdown of the budget process in recent years, The Concord Coalition... Read More
16 Dec, 2013 - Special Publication
In a new op-ed for Quad-Cities Online, Sara Imhof, Midwest regional director for The Concord Coalition, says the country needs to begin to resolve its long-term fiscal challenges. The guest column can also be found here.It's not the way government should work: Jobless Americans in need of extended... Read More
12 Dec, 2013 - Press Release
WASHINGTON--Elected officials must follow up the new two-year budget deal with much larger efforts to put the nation’s finances on sounder long-term footing, according to Robert L. Bixby, executive director of The Concord Coalition.“The question is whether this is the beginning of a new phase of... Read More
6 Dec, 2013 - Special Publication
Congressional Budget Office Director Doug Elmendorf focused on three crucial points about the federal budget outlook during his appearance at a Capitol Hill conference presented last Tuesday by the University of New Hampshire's Warren B. Rudman Center, The Concord Coalition and several other... Read More
3 Dec, 2013 - Special Publication
The following is a blog post entitled "To Prevent Future Crises, Budget Experts Say, Washington Must Step Up Its Game." Written by Concord's Steve Winn, it has been re-formatted to include slide presentations at the conference he discusses. To see all of these presentations, click on the image... Read More
27 Nov, 2013 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- A conference next Tuesday on Capitol Hill will focus on the importance of curbing the growth of the federal debt and finding ways to prevent future budget crises. Former Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad will give the keynote address at the conference, which will be held... Read More