Although Congress has yet to complete its long overdue work on spending plans for the current fiscal year, lawmakers must soon turn their attention to the budget for Fiscal 2019, which be
The Concord Coalition will present a panel discussion next Friday at the National Press Club in Washington entitled “Fiscal Freefall: When Will It Stop?”
The noon program will feature Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich, a Republican who served as chairman of the House Budget Committee during his 18 years in Congress, and will include former U.S. Rep. Tim Penny (D-Minn.), who is a member of Concord’s Board of Directors. Robert L. Bixby, Concord’s executive director, will moderate.
The discussion will focus on recent fiscal policy developments and -- with annual trillion-dollar deficits looming -- the prospects for greater fiscal restraint.
The third broadcast of “Facing the Future" focused on the need for stronger leadership in Congress on the nation’s fiscal chal
‘Fiscal Freefall: When Will It Stop?’ A Discussion with Ohio Gov. John Kasich Washington, D.C. Feb. 23February 22, 2018
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition will present a panel discussion Friday, Feb. 23, at the National Press Club in Washington entitled “Fiscal Freefall: When Will It Stop?”
This is a guest blog post by Marjorie Dufek, the North Carolina coordinator for The Concord Coalition.
Host Chase Hagaman is joined on the show by Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert L.
WASHINGTON -- President Trump’s proposed budget for Fiscal 2019 falls far short of what is needed to put the nation’s finances on a sustainable path, particularly in light of the deficit-
President Donald Trump introduced his 2019 budget blueprint on Monday. He makes some pretty unrealistic claims about how his current proposals would reduce deficits. . . .