WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition will be hosting a reception and discussion of the late U.S. Senator Warren B. Rudman's legislative career on Thursday, November 29th in the Kennedy Caucus Room in the Russell Senate Office Building. The event will begin at 4:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
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Concord Coalition Honors 38 ‘Economic Patriots’ in the U.S. House for Supporting Comprehensive, Bipartisan Fiscal Reform
Concord Coalition To Honor 38 House Members on Thursday for Supporting Bipartisan Fiscal Reform Legislation
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:
Nonpartisan budget simulation game educates and engages voters in budget process
WASHINGTON, September 7, 2012 – Former U.S. senators Sam Nunn (D-GA), Pete Domenici (R-NM), Warren Rudman (R-NH), and Evan Bayh (D-IN) have convened a bipartisan group of former senators and representatives to come together for four forums between now and the first presidential debate to raise public consciousness of the country’s growing and unsustainable debt. They are calling their effort, Strengthening of America—Our Children’s Future.
WASHINGTON -- With the Republican National Convention this week and the Democrats’ gathering not far behind, The Concord Coalition today released an updated version of its “Key Questions Voters Should Ask Candidates About Our Nation’s Fiscal Future.” Concord urges all candidates for federal office to provide voters with clear explanations of how they would hold down federal deficits, reform the tax system, repair the entitlement programs and put
CBO Projections Show Difficult Decisions Ahead -- And Why Candidates Should Avoid Unrealistic Promises
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition said today that new projections by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) underscore the need for Washington to commit to long-term fiscal reforms while dealing with this year’s looming budget decisions.
Concord said the new numbers should also provide a sobering picture for this year’s candidates for federal office -- one that should temper election-year impulses to offer voters unrealistic promises.