This week on Facing the Future, we sorted through the various internal divisions among congressional Democrats that have slowed President Biden’s legislative agenda.
As Democrats in Congress continue to meet with President Biden to determine the ultimate size and scope of their social spending plan, it’s worth taking a minute to step back and consider
"The Senate’s bipartisan physical infrastructure bill is a triumph of congressional dealmaking, the sort of thing
This week on Facing the Future we went from Georgia to Colorado and back to Washington, D.C.
This week on Facing the Future our guest was Austin Smythe who has over 30 years of experience working in both the legislative and executive branches of the Federal government.
Democrats announced in early July that the progressive and moderate wings of the party had agreed to a top line spending level of $3.5 trillion for the upcoming reconcili
It’s understandable, even laudable, that political leaders want to do big things that improve the lives of their constituents.
WASHINGTON - The Concord Coalition said today that the Senate should not vote on final passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill until it has found a way to close the $256 billion of