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House Budget Dems Aug 17
In 2017, CEOs made 312 times more money than the average worker. The will only make them richer, and cause the income gap to worsen.
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House Budget Dems Aug 17
The Trump Administration continues to work behind the scenes to help push tens of thousands of Americans off Medicaid.
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House Budget Dems Aug 16
The fact remains that despite Republicans’ claims to the contrary, the is increasing our debt and deficits while creating new loopholes that benefit wealthy investors, not middle class families.
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House Budget Dems Aug 16
According to , average CEO pay has skyrocketed while worker wages haven't kept pace with inflation. Yet Republicans are still defending their that overwhelmingly benefits those at the very top.
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House Budget Dems Aug 15
"What happened to that promise of a big raise for workers? No sign of it yet." While working families are left behind, the has benefitted big corporations and wealthy investors, all while adding $2T to our deficits.
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House Budget Dems Aug 15
The White House and Congressional Republicans claimed the would benefit working families. The reality is that big banks are reaping billions in profits, while working families are left behind.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal Aug 14
With their , Republicans are doing a 3-step dance to cut earned benefits like Social Security. We won't let them pull the rug out from under hardworking people. We'll fight back.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal Aug 14
It's the 83rd anniversary of Social Security! One in five retirees rely solely on this program for income, and it's on us to defend it against GOP attacks. In Congress, I will not stop fighting to strengthen and protect the earned benefits of people across the U.S.
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Rep. Suzan DelBene Aug 14
For 83 years, Social Security has provided stability to seniors, families and disabled Americans. Now more than ever, we must fight to protect the benefits that hardworking Americans have earned.
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MichelleLujanGrisham Aug 14
Social Security serves families – 63 million seniors, children, & adults with disabilities – who are relying on Congress to protect and work to strengthen it.
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House Budget Dems Aug 14
Replying to @HouseBudgetDems
It's the next step of their plan: pass the , add $1.9T to deficit, and then make everyone else - including seniors - pay. Democrats will keep fighting to preserve Social Security as the foundation of Americans' retirement security.
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House Budget Dems Aug 14
62 million Americans rely on their earned Social Security benefits. Yet the puts Social Security at risk to pay for their tax giveaways to the rich.
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Rep. Barbara Lee Aug 13
No surprises here – the rich are getting richer under the . Meanwhile, everyday families are struggling to afford their prescriptions, buy groceries & send their kids to college. We need a government that works , not for corporations & special interests.
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House Budget Dems Aug 14
Workers' wages aren't keeping up with rising costs of living. Despite the Trump Admin and Congressional Republicans’ promises the would increase wages, workers are being left behind.
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Ways and Means Dems Aug 6
“Add it all up — faster inflation plus mediocre nominal-wage growth — and you get a stagnation in real wages. Welcome to the Trump wage slump.”
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal Aug 13
The truth about the : the richest got even richer and everyone else got empty promises and declining wages.
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House Budget Dems Aug 14
The cuts basic living standards for Americans struggling to get by under the guise of promoting work. The reality is that programs like SNAP already encourage work. Our report:
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Jan Schakowsky Aug 6
Corporations are using the vast majority of their savings for stock buybacks – benefiting CEOs and shareholders – rather than raising wages for workers.
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House Budget Dems Aug 6
The GOP's plans to "reform" programs like SNAP and Medicaid are actually the same efforts Americans have rejected again and again --> to take away health care and food from working families who are struggling to make ends meet.
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House Budget Dems Aug 6
We should be working to make health care more affordable. Yet since day one, the Trump Administration has taken actions that make it more difficult and expensive for many Americans with pre-existing conditions to get the health care they need.
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