September 16, 2014

Publications

27 Aug, 2014 - Press Release

WASHINGTON -- While there has been some recent good news for the federal budget, The Concord Coalition said today that updated projections from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) should remind policymakers that the aging of the population is dramatically but predictably reshaping government spending and fiscal reforms are the only way to prevent the negative economic consequences.

“Despite a slowing of health care inflation and lower annual deficits since their heights during the recession, the CBO’s projections demonstrate that our basic structural problem remains -- growth in...

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20 Nov, 2012 - Special Publication
The White HouseOffice of the Press Secretary With the passing of Warren Rudman, the United States has lost a decorated war veteran and one of our country’s great public servants.  Over almost 20 years representing the people of New Hampshire – first as Attorney General and then in the... Read More
20 Nov, 2012 - Press Release
Washington -- The Concord Coalition deeply regrets the passing of Warren B. Rudman, a founding co-chairman of the organization and a tireless champion of responsible federal budget policies and the interests of future generations of Americans.  “Warren Rudman was an outstanding Senator and an... Read More
8 Nov, 2012 - Special Publication
Despite two years of partisan gridlock and political posturing, President Barack Obama is still president and Congress remains divided, just as it was before Election Day. But we cannot afford for the next two years to be as unproductive as the last two. As students here in our nation’s capital, we... Read More
26 Oct, 2012 - Special Publication
Pete Domenici, a Republican, was a U.S. senator from New Mexico from 1973 to 2009. Sam Nunn, a Democrat, was a U.S. senator from Georgia from 1973 to 1997. They and former senators Warren Rudman and Evan Bayh co-chair an initiative called Strengthening of America—Our Children’s Future, which seeks... Read More
25 Sep, 2012 - Press Release
WASHINGTON – The third forum in a new initiative to focus attention on the nation’s fiscal challenges will be held in New York City on Thursday, Sept. 27. The program will feature Lawrence Summers, former Secretary of the Treasury; Martin Feldstein, former Chairman of the Council of Economic... Read More
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21 Sep, 2012 - Press Release
  WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition last night honored 38 “economic patriots” in the U.S. House for their courage in voting for a comprehensive, bipartisan deficit reduction plan earlier this year. Former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn, a Concord co-chairman, praised the “Great 38” for standing up to... Read More
18 Sep, 2012 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- This Thursday night The Concord Coalition will honor 38 House members for their courage in voting for a bipartisan deficit reduction plan introduced by Rep. Jim Cooper (D-Tenn.) and Steven LaTourette (R-Ohio).In addition to Cooper and LaTourette, the honorees are:   Rob... Read More
18 Sep, 2012 - Press Release
Nonpartisan budget simulation game educates and engages voters in budget process Washington -- As the presidential candidates travel the country campaigning on the tax policies and programs they each support, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office reports that the federal budget deficit... Read More
14 Sep, 2012 - Special Publication
Thank you, John, for your welcome and for hosting this event as well as making available Craig Cohen and Andrew Schwartz whose help has been invaluable. Thanks to my longstanding partner – Pete Domenici and The Bipartisan Policy Center – including in particular, Steve Bell.  Special thanks to... Read More
10 Sep, 2012 - Special Publication
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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has repeatedly warned that policy changes must be made to prevent spiraling debt from harming our nation’s economic future. Credit rating agencies have warned that the growth of debt must be reduced to avoid a downgrade.   Experts from across the... Read More