The Concord Coalition is a national, nonpartisan organization dedicated to fiscal responsibility and reform. Since 1992 Concord has worked to educate the American public about the causes and consequences of the growing federal debt and the need to develop realistic solutions for sustainable budgets.
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WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition says this year’s reports from the trustees of Social Security and Medicare tell a familiar tale
U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan will keynote an April 5 event focused on improving the nation's health care system, including federal, state and community strategies to address cost growth.
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition said today that President Trump’s proposed 2020 budget does not provide a realistic plan for the c
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition expressed deep concern today over new Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projections that show federal deficit
WASHINGTON -- With a partial shutdown of the federal government apparently taking effect at midnight, Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert L.
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition today warned that the rapidly rising federal budget deficit -- totaling nearly $779 billion in Fiscal Year 2018 -- reflects a structural gap between sp
Students, educators and other residents of the Minneapolis and St. Paul area will try to develop plans to reduce federal deficits in an interactive exercise this Thursday, Oct.
In Concord, N.H. Program, Former Congressmen to Discuss Fixing Washington’s Gridlock and PartisanshipSeptember 14, 2018
Tomorrow former congressmen David Jolly and Patrick Murphy will discuss excessive division and gridlock and how, through bipartisan leadership, the nation’s political systems could functi