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House Budget Dems Feb 20
This is more sabotage of Americans’ health care—a return to the “junk” insurance plans that provide few protections and could lead to higher health costs if you get sick
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Rep. Joe Crowley Feb 20
This is no "alternative." These junk plans would take us back to the days when insurers could deny coverage for those with pre-existing conditions.
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House Budget Dems Feb 19
The presents a long list of broken promises to rural communities. Read more:
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House Budget Dems Feb 18
The ’s : Give with one hand, take with the other
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House Budget Dems Feb 17
The is built on damaging policies, deceptions and phony assumptions. Read our report:
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House Budget Dems Feb 17
Cuts affecting: -diplomacy -local law enforcement -clean air and water -science -infrastructure The once again fails to recognize that our security depends on much more than military might and building walls
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House Budget Dems Feb 16
The message to states and localities: pay for it yourself
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Rep. Ro Khanna Feb 16
The president's budget is not just morally wrong, but wrong for America’s economic growth. If we want to outcompete China, we must abandon trickle-down economic policies and replace them with rise up economics.
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Brian Higgins Feb 16
100+ bridges in Erie & Niagara Counties need critical repairs or replacement. In mtg Wednesday, we pressed for a serious commitment to infrastructure. HR 2329 would directly invest in the American people by nation building here at home.
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Ways and Means Dems Feb 16
“Republicans are what they always were: They never cared about deficits; they always wanted to dismantle Medicare, not defend it.”
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House Budget Dems Feb 16
More evidence of the : Shareholders, NOT workers, are far bigger direct winners from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017
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Rep. Ro Khanna Feb 15
Republicans claim they're supporting workers, but they're slashing every program that helps Americans rejoin the labor force. I'll fight for programs like Medicaid, housing, and food assistance that actually help people get back on their feet.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal Feb 15
The continues the GOP’s plan to give to the rich while asking hardworking families to make all the sacrifices.
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House Budget Dems Feb 15
In yesterday’s hearing, OMB Dir. Mick Mulvaney said President Trump’s self-aggrandizing military parade could cost up to $30M. RT if you can think of a better use for that kind of money.
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Rep. Salud Carbajal Feb 14
Replying to @POTUS
Cuts to infrastructure funding hits CA especially hard but 's budget eliminates TIGER grant funding. Releasing an infrastructure plan to fix our “crumbling infrastructure” with a budget that makes funding development more difficult fails to meet the needs of Californians.
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Sheila Jackson Lee Feb 14
Trump's FY19 Budget is a moral disgrace in the way it mistreats seniors, children, students, working families, federal employees & victims of domestic violence. It should be declared DOA and replaced with budget that is true to our values.
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House Budget Dems Feb 15
ICYMI: joined this week to talk : “Exhibit A that the tax bill last year was a total scam”
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House Budget Dems Feb 15
This happened: White House budget director effectively admits tax bill doesn't pay for itself
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House Budget Dems Feb 15
Replying to @HouseBudgetDems
The makes it clear how they aim to pay for the : with cuts to Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, education, , housing assistance, and more. (3/3)
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House Budget Dems Feb 15
Replying to @HouseBudgetDems
The extension of the provisions costs another half a trillion in revenue, for a total of $2.3T (2/3)
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