Q: What is the outlook for reducing the deficit in the new Congress?
It didn’t take long for reality to sour the victory celebrations of Wisconsin’s winning congressional candidates.
Seacoastonline.com published a recent blog post by Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert L.
Congressional candidates have said little, if anything, about the federal government’s deteriorating finances.
America’s deteriorating public credit is the cold-button issue of the 2018 midterms. With rare bipartisanship, Democrats and Republicans compete to pretend that the country isn’t going broke. . .
From the budget deals in the 1990s to the “sequester” spending caps passed in 2011, divided government has been relatively good for Washington’s bottom line.
A ballot measure to expand Medicaid and provide healthcare for 62,000 Idahoans who fall into the state’s healthcare coverage was endorsed by Republican members of the Idaho Legislature on Aug.
Nine Congressional Candidate Interviews Available So Far on Budget Issues as ‘Facing the Future’ Series ContinuesAugust 22, 2018
With less than three weeks left until New Hampshire’s 2018 primary election, all but a few “Facing the Future” congressional candidate interviews have been completed and are available on
The Concord Coalition’s “Facing the Future” program is kicking off a series of interviews with Sept. 11 primary candidates in New Hampshire’s First and Second Congressional Districts.
The Concord Coalition will present individual interviews with New Hampshire congressional candidates on federal budget issues over the next few weeks on “Facing the Future,” its weekly ra