October 20, 2014

Publications

6 Oct, 2014 - Press Release

WASHINGTON -- As candidates for federal office put their fall campaigns into high gear, The Concord Coalition today released its latest “Key Questions” that voters should ask them about the nation’s fiscal challenges.

In doing so, Concord urges all candidates -- Democrats, Republicans and independents -- to provide the electorate in the next few weeks with clear explanations of how they would hold down future deficits, fix the tax system, repair entitlement programs and put the country on a more responsible path.

“Key Questions Voters Should Ask Candidates...

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10 Sep, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With Congress and the Administration scheduled to resume their year-end budget negotiations Tuesday, The Concord Coalition today released an issue brief entitled “Discretionary Spending Caps: What's Next?” (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)  Now available on-line, the document urges... Read More
25 Jul, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition today released a revised, election 2000 version of a brochure called “Key Questions Voters Should Ask Candidates About the Budget, Social Security and Medicare.”  The brochure, now available on-line, outlines six questions citizens and members of the media should... Read More
17 Jul, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With huge new surplus estimates threatening fiscal discipline, The Concord Coalition urged Congress and the Administration to reach an agreement as soon as possible on a new set of discretionary spending caps that would replace the 1997 budget caps, which have ceased to provide any... Read More
25 Jun, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition urged Congress and the Administration to use the larger-than-expected budget surplus for savings rather than rushing to spend it or give it away in tax cuts.  While heartened by the good news, Concord warned that the $1.9 trillion 10-year surplus announced... Read More
28 Mar, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- As the U.S. House of Representatives prepares to vote on an emergency supplemental appropriations package for fiscal year 2000 (HR 3908), The Concord Coalition urges lawmakers not to use the projected non-Social Security surplus for spending that does not constitute a true emergency... Read More
22 Mar, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- As the House of Representatives prepares to vote on the Concurrent Budget Resolution (H. Con. Res. 290), The Concord Coalition today announced that it favors the alternative plan offered by the Blue Dog Coalition over the Republican Budget Resolution and the four other alternatives... Read More
7 Mar, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With the budget process now underway, attention will naturally be focused on the projected budget surpluses for fiscal years 2001 through 2010. What cannot be forgotten however, is that unlike past years, there is a small, yet very vulnerable, $23 billion non-Social Security surplus... Read More
23 Jan, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition today warned lawmakers not to treat the new surplus projections to be issued this week by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) as money in the bank. The existence and size of projected budget surpluses, particularly over a 10-year period, is far too speculative... Read More
11 Jan, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition today urged Congress and the Administration to maintain their laudable goal of balancing the budget without tapping into the Social Security surplus, but warned against making policy decisions based on unrealistic surplus projections that assume strict adherence... Read More
26 Oct, 1999 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition welcomed today's news that the federal government's budget deficit shrank to just $1 billion in fiscal year 1999 without counting the Social Security surplus.  However, the Coalition reminded Congress and the Administration that the surplus over and above Social... Read More