Presidential candidates talk about what more they will do if they get more money — extracted from somebody else, of course.
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Maggie Hassan, New Hampshire governor and senatorial candidate, will discuss her approach to the federal government’s fiscal challenges in an interview that will appea
Congressman Frank Guinta (R-N.H.) will discuss his approach to the federal government’s fiscal challenges in an interview that will appear online at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Aug.
'Fiscal Fridays' to Interview Congressional Candidate Jim Lawrence on Federal Budget Issues August 12August 05, 2016
Congressional candidate Jim Lawrence will discuss his approach to the federal government’s fiscal challenges in an interview that will appear online at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Aug.
It has been easy for advocates of generationally responsible tax and spending policies to look at Capitol Hill with dismay for the past few years. A few consequences of inaction and lack of bipartisanship include:
A complete breakdown in the federal budget process.
Continued struggles to replace arbitrary, shortsighted caps on discretionary spending with smarter deficit reduction.
Des Moines – Two of the nation’s leading experts on health care policy said today that it was critical for 2016 presidential candidates to offer credible proposals to hold down health care costs -- and the federal debt -- in the years ahead.
The Concord Coalition and the Campaign to Fix the Debt announced today a joint effort to encourage public discussion during the 2016 presidential campaign of the nation’s unsustainable bu
If the recent past is any indication of how elected officials will deal with the country’s short- and long-term fiscal challenges, Americans – and especially younger ones – are in trouble.
Washington will have to step up its game. And ordinary Americans can help by encouraging their elected representatives to forgo political theatrics in favor of timely budgets and more responsible policies.
The University of New Hampshire sent out this press release about a Dec.
WASHINGTON -- A conference next Tuesday on Capitol Hill will focus on the importance of curbing the growth of the federal debt and finding ways to prevent future budget crises.