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is right. If we want to protect our national security and our nation's fiscal outlook, we need to invest in climate-smart solutions now:
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The U.S. gov’t plays a role in nearly every aspect of a doctor’s office visit. Including: 📖Workforce development 🔬Research 💵Paying for care 🏥Investments in public health Read our new report:
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The invests billions of dollars each year in drug discoveries that keep Americans healthier and safer. But that’s just one part of the federal government’s role in keeping Americans healthy.
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House Budget Committee Sep 14
The GOP cries foul over the federal deficit. But they had no problem voting for the that overwhelmingly cut taxes for the rich by $170 billion in 2018:
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House Budget Committee Sep 13
More than 500,000 children could lose their free school meals because of the Trump Administration’s proposed changes to SNAP
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House Budget Committee Sep 13
Important read: a new analysis shows that many of the programs that invest in kids pay for themselves and boost the economy
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House Budget Committee Sep 12
It’s not just about sweltering temperatures & extreme weather - will also put a big dent in our GDP if it goes unchecked
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House Budget Committee Sep 12
From providers serving rural/underserved areas to diversifying the workforce, federal funding for health care workforce initiatives helps to ensure ALL Americas get the care they need:
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House Budget Committee Sep 12
FACT: The GOP tax law showered benefits on corporations, but corporate tax cuts did not trickle down to workers.
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David E. Price Sep 12
Reports like this are deeply troubling. and , if you truly care about ending homelessness, stop trying to cut funding for affordable housing and work cooperatively with local officials.
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House Budget Committee Sep 10
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To learn more about the impact of these vital programs – and why Democrats will fight to protect them – check out our overview here:
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House Budget Committee Sep 10
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Despite attacks from Trump and Republicans, in 2018 alone, programs such as Social Security, SNAP, and EITC directly kept 47.7 million people from falling below the poverty line...
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House Budget Committee Sep 10
US Census data proves what already know to be true: federal anti-poverty programs work and they are critical to the well-being of millions of working Americans & families…
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House Budget Committee Sep 10
The numbers couldn’t be more clear: The strength & vibrancy of the American economy cannot be separated from our long history of welcoming people from around the world. That’s why will continue to advocate for commonsense immigration reform
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House Budget Committee Sep 10
Today the found that the uninsured rate in America is rising for the first time since 2008-2009. That’s why have been proactively taking action to .
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House Budget Committee Sep 10
The GOP tax law overwhelmingly benefited the rich and big corporations – and we have the data to prove it. Learn more in our new report on how the left working Americans behind:
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House Budget Committee Sep 9
is putting pressure on homeowners & raising concerns that insurance could eventually become unaffordable, both of which would hurt the economy:
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House Budget Committee Sep 9
RT to spread the word: Because of the , 60 of America’s biggest corporations paid *ZERO* federal income taxes on their $79 billion of U.S. profits in 2018, & instead received a net tax rebate of $4 BILLION.
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House Budget Committee Sep 9
Congress is back in session. The House delivered on its promise & passed the Act – now it’s time for the Senate to act.
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House Budget Committee Sep 8
As many children head , here’s something you might not know: vaccines purchased by the gov’t have helped to prevent 322 million childhood illnesses:
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