March 27, 2015


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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23 Jul, 1997 - Facing Facts
The prospects for the Senate's proposal to raise Medicare's eligibility age are dimming. The administration is opposed. And the House, skittish about charges of senior-bashing after last year's "Mediscare" campaign, has gone on record (in a lopsided vote of 414 to 14) against its inclusion in the... Read More
22 Jul, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON--The Concord Coalition today praised President Clinton's recent efforts to encourage the House of Representatives to support Medicare "means-testing." "The president's strong support of means-testing has taken the partisan edge off this issue," said Concord... Read More
16 Jul, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- While urging the president and Congress to take steps to prevent future Medicare overpayments such as those uncovered by a recent audit, the Concord Coalition today warned that the savings from such an effort would not come close to making the program solvent over the next five years... Read More
15 Jul, 1997 - Facing Facts
The Senate's proposal to raise Medicare Part B premiums for affluent beneficiaries has hit a snag. As written, the measure would require the means test to be administered by HHS. The White House insists that it would be simpler and more effective to have the IRS administer it. The White House is... Read More
13 Jul, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- A coalition of 11 organizations is urging Congressional tax conferees to oppose a Senate provision that could raise the deficit or force deep cuts in non-transportation spending by transferring the 4.3 cents-per-gallon fuels tax enacted in 1993 to the Highway Trust Fund. The... Read More
9 Jul, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition will run an ad in this Sunday's New York Times urging President Clinton to strongly support measures moving through Congress that would raise monthly Medicare premiums for the affluent elderly and gradually raise the Medicare eligibility age for workers retiring... Read More
25 Jun, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON--The Concord Coalition Citizens' Council is urging Senators to oppose the transfer of the 4.3 cents-per gallon federal gasoline tax enacted in 1993 from deficit reduction to the Highway Trust Funds. Concord Executive Director Martha Phillips said the transfer, currently included in... Read More
25 Jun, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON--The Concord Coalition Citizens' Council today urged Senators to oppose any attempt to remove the "Kidsave" mandatory savings tax credit from the tax bill currently before the Senate. The Kidsave mandatory savings measure, authored by Sens. Bob Kerrey (D-Neb.) and John... Read More
24 Jun, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition today praised the 70 members of the Senate who last night voted in favor of raising monthly Medicare premiums for the affluent elderly, and urged President Clinton and members of the House to support the measure. "In the hundreds of public forums we have... Read More
23 Jun, 1997 - Facing Facts
With its proposal to reduce Medicare's Supplementary Medical Insurance (SMI) subsidies to affluent beneficiaries, the Senate Finance Committee is pushing the budget debate in the right direction.The Concord Coalition has long argued that means-testing is an equitable way to reduce the rising burden... Read More