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The GOP and Trump Admin claimed their would help middle class families. The reality? Nonpartisan CBO finds it will drive up nongroup health insurance premiums by double digits next year.
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House Budget Dems May 25
Despite drastic cuts to programs millions of Americans rely on, finds the will explode our deficits far beyond the White House’s claim.
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House Budget Dems May 25
New analysis finds will lead to increased health care coverage costs next year. While the will cause some hardworking families to pay higher premiums, wealthy CEOs and investors got huge tax giveaways.
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House Budget Dems May 24
Ranking Member ’s statement on today’s CBO report on the ’s drastic cuts to programs that millions of Americans rely on: .
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House Budget Dems May 24
LIVE now: Joint Select Committee on Budget and Appropriations Process Reform hearing, titled “The Budget Resolution – Content, Timeliness, and Enforcement.” Watch:
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House Budget Dems May 24
We’ll be livestreaming this morning’s Joint Select Committee on Budget and Appropriations Process Reform hearing, titled “The Budget Resolution – Content, Timeliness, and Enforcement.” Watch:
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Ways and Means Dems May 24
Last night, spoke with Harley-Davidson employees who were laid off after the company received a massive tax cut and announced plans for construction of a new plant in Thailand.
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 24
Speaker Ryan told us the GOP tax bill would help companies like Harley-Davidson hire more workers. So what’d the company do once it became law? Bought back $700M in stocks, fired 800 workers, & opened a plant...in Thailand. This is the at work.
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House Budget Dems May 23
New report finds that the will drive up premiums in 2019 and leave more people uninsured. Instead, Congress should work together to .
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House Budget Dems May 23
Just how dangerous are the 's deficit-exploding giveaways to the wealthy? Goldman Sachs’ chief economist warns that, “the US fiscal outlook is not good.”
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Steny Hoyer May 23
Republicans promised Americans that their would raise wages & create jobs. The reality? Businesses are taking their tax cut, rewarding shareholders, closing factories, & moving jobs overseas. This is yet another example of the law leaving American workers behind.
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Rep. Suzan DelBene May 23
Small businesses are the backbone of our local economies, but the lack of clarity and confusion in the gives the biggest corporations new ways to game the system while get left behind.
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House Budget Dems May 22
The Affordable Care Act led to a historically low rate of uninsured Americans. But that success is at risk due to GOP efforts to sabotage the and health care access.
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Ways and Means Dems May 22
How companies responded to the Republican tax law – a case study: Harley-Davidson took its tax cut, closed a factory, and rewarded shareholders
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House Budget Dems May 21
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This amendment will help prevent the abuse of the OCO designation as a backdoor way to skirt discretionary spending caps, and help ensure our security agencies plan and prioritize in a transparent manner.
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House Budget Dems May 21
To better understand the true cost of current defense plans, Ranking Member is offering an amendment to the requiring the Pentagon to identify long-term military expenses that are paid for with Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO).
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House Budget Dems May 21
The is enabling a $1 trillion benefit to corporate CEOs and wealthy shareholders, but still shows little sign of helping the economy or the workforce.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal May 19
Companies to return a record $1 trillion to investors this year in form of buybacks and dividends 43% of US families can't afford basics like rent and food
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Nancy Pelosi May 18
The continues to scrape the bottom of the barrel with the . Punishing working families who are already struggling to afford food doesn’t do anyone any good.
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House Budget Dems May 18
Washington Post: Congress takes food from 2 million poor people — and doesn’t even save money
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