The latest government shutdown, the longest in U.S. history at 35 days, was unnecessary, harmful and costly for the more than 800,000 federal workers and their families impacted by it.
Up until a few days ago it seemed that President Trump was looking to exit the partial government shutdown by redirecting funds for a Mexican border wall through an emergency declaration.
On the latest Facing the Future program, Concord Coalition Executive Director
Democrats say the Trump administration is asking for more money for a border wall even though it has spent only 6 percent of the funds that Congress has appropriated for border security over the pa
Don’t look now, but budgetary gridlock on Capitol Hill is about to get worse. So is the deficit.
WASHINGTON -- With a partial shutdown of the federal government apparently taking effect at midnight, Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert L.
Eight years after congressional leaders banned earmarks in an effort to cut spending and improve trust in government, the incoming House majority leader is suggesting that the new Congress is likel
Concord Coalition's National Political Director will be presenting The Concord Coalition's Chart Talk to the northside Atlanta Kiwanis Club.
Amid bipartisan frustration over the federal budget process, Congress early this year created a special committee t
The Concord Coalition hosts a Principles & Priorities Exercise with the University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) Ambassadors. contact Phil Smith at 403-354-7445 for more information.