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The Concord Coalition is a nationwide, non-partisan, grassroots organization advocating generationally responsible fiscal policy.
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 20
“I thought it was a good opportunity to come together on a non-partisan basis and have a healthy conversation around issues that affect our country,” said Congressman Delgado
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Chase Hagaman Mar 20
On w/ prof. & . Join me to discuss , , the , & more. Even snapped a selfie while in studio! Listen to "Money, Campaigns and Fiscal Reform"
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The Washington Campus Mar 20
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Our Mar. MBA class had a great experience going through the exercise. We had 98 MBA students participate and they learned about the complexity of decision making that Congress has to undergo. Thanks again to Dr. Gordon for his expert analysis!
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 20
, the national field director for Concord Coalition, attended the exercise. "They get a chance to come in and decide what to cut, what to keep, what to expand but in the end they assemble a 10 year federal budget that hopefully is fiscally responsible.”
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 20
Students and community members participating in our Principles and Priorities budget exercise with .
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 20
Thank you for hosting a budget workshop at Columbia-Green Community College yesterday. stopped by to cover the event!
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Emily De Vito Mar 19
Interactive workshop on the federal budget held in Hudson
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 19
Will Congress shirk its responsibilities? Or will it step up and face fiscal realities, including the need to raise taxes to reduce debt? Great article by G. William Hoagland, senior vice president at .
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 19
President Trump's plan only adds up through the use of an overly rosy economic scenario and unrealistic proposed cuts that Democratic and even many Republican lawmakers will not support.
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Allison Dunne Mar 19
Today 4-6 p.m. - will host with an interactive federal budget workshop . This comes on the heels of the Administration announcing its latest budget proposal.
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 18
The Trump Administration’s new budget projects exactly the same economic growth forecast for the next ten years as last year. They are admitting their proposals won’t change the economy. Or maybe there is no need to change already unrealistic assumptions?
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 18
The Trump Administration’s new budget projects exactly the same economic growth forecast for the next ten years as last year. They are admitting their proposals won’t change the economy. Or maybe there is no need to change already unrealistic assumptions?
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 18
On average, the budget office projects that the economy will grow about a full percentage point more slowly over the next decade than the administration anticipates.
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 15
We advocate for fiscal responsible and smarter fiscal policy that will positively impact future generations for Americans. We cannot support President Trump's unrealistic .
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 14
Executive Director Bob Bixby visited The Hill on Tuesday to speak about President Trump's unrealistic budget for 2020. "In a healthy economy, you should be reducing your debt to GDP ratio not increasing it as we're doing now."
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Chase Hagaman Mar 13
The next w/ and on features in the next segment. We discuss 's fiscal year 2020 proposal. Listen to "Trump's Budget: Rosy or Realistic?" Like. Share. Subscribe.
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 13
The reflects little real interest in the hard work of unwinding the structural issues that drive federal spending projections higher than revenues: population aging, rising health care costs and an inefficient tax code.
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 13
President Trump's 2020 budget relies on gimmicks and unrealistic projections. It is a roadmap for another .
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 12
Civics literacy in our country, is at an all-time low. We’re not devoting enough time in our K-12 education to this.
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TheConcord Coalition Mar 11
Trump’s new budget plan takes use of war funding as a budget gimmick to an entirely new level. It is over the top. —Concord’s Executive Director Bob Bixby
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