The midterm elections left Republicans in control of the House (barely) and De
Concord in the News
With the recent onslaught of crisis-driven news—everything from 40-year high inflation, war in Ukraine, Supreme Court rulings, and mass killings—it is easy to forget some festering proble
Thirty years ago when The Concord Coalition began advocating fiscal and generational responsibility it was already clear that climate change posed a serious threat to the planet.
National leaders play a dangerous game of policy “chicken” every time they defer corrective action on known challenges, hoping to address them later when it’s more politically expedient.
"The Build Back Better Act (BBBA) is now on the back burner. Can it be salvaged?
"The Build Back Better Act (BBBA), now on its way to the Senate, is often described by proponents as a fully paid for transformational investment in our nation’s future.
"Congressional Democrats face many hard choices as they seek to fit an ambitious agenda of social spending on child care, college education and health care into a reconciliation bill with
"The Senate’s bipartisan physical infrastructure bill is a triumph of congressional dealmaking, the sort of thing
It’s understandable, even laudable, that political leaders want to do big things that improve the lives of their constituents.