March 31, 2015

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24 Mar, 2015 - Press Release

CONCORD, N.H. -- Two outspoken advocates of comprehensive fiscal reform, former Senators Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) and Evan Bayh (D-Ind.), will speak April 2 in Concord on the rising federal debt and why the 2016 presidential contenders should offer credible plans to deal with it.

The luncheon program, which will include a discussion of the implications for New Hampshire and primary voters, will run from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire.

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11 Sep, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON --  The Concord Coalition today released “Key Questions Voters Should Ask Candidates About the Budget, Social Security and Medicare,” (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) a brochure proposing six questions that citizens and members of the media should ask candidates for federal office.... Read More
26 Aug, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON --  With new estimates by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) showing annual budget deficits through 2005 and the projected 2002-2011 surplus virtually wiped out, The Concord Coalition warned today that fiscal policy is at a crossroads. The government's rapidly deteriorating... Read More
21 Aug, 2002 - Facing Facts
 For a while, it looked as if Congress might commit the folly of enacting a vast expansion in Medicare just nine years before the first Boomers become eligible. With the failure of the Senate to reach agreement on a prescription drug plan, it has stepped back from the fiscal brink.The Concord... Read More
11 Aug, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON --  In an op-ed published today in The Washington Post, The Concord Coalition's Co-Chairs, former Senators Bob Kerrey (D-NE) and Warren B. Rudman (R-NH), warned against defaulting to the “do nothing” approach to Social Security reform. Kerrey and Rudman urged critics of the few... Read More
29 Jul, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON --  The Concord Coalition warned today that with the budget plunging back into deficit, Congress should not rush to enact a Medicare prescription drug benefit in the absence of comprehensive programmatic reform. Doing so would greatly increase the already unsustainable long-term... Read More
24 Jun, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON --  The Concord Coalition today urged the House of Representatives to join the Senate in approving an increase in the statutory debt limit. According to Treasury officials, the current $5.95 trillion debt limit will be reached by the end of the week. Without additional borrowing... Read More
19 Jun, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON --  The Concord Coalition said today that the Conrad-Feingold-Domenici bipartisan budget enforcement amendment provides a strong and needed dose of fiscal discipline. It sets new discretionary spending caps for two years at tough but achievable levels, extends the pay-as-you-go (... Read More
18 Jun, 2002 - Facing Facts
Social Security is certain to get much attention in the fall campaigns. What's less certain is whether the attention will focus on genuine reform. The publicity being given a recent Center on Budget and Policy Priorities study is not encouraging. According to the study, the long-term cost of the... Read More
11 Jun, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON --  The Concord Coalition said today that it would be premature to permanently extend the estate tax repeal or any other provision of last year's tax legislation before a broader fiscal policy agreement is reached between Congress and the Bush administration. “Last year's tax bill... Read More
15 May, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With the Treasury Secretary again forced to take extraordinary measures to avoid breaching the $5.95 trillion statutory debt limit, The Concord Coalition said today that Congress should prevent an unnecessary debt crisis -- now estimated to hit in June -- by swiftly approving an... Read More