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TheConcord Coalition
The Concord Coalition is a nationwide, non-partisan, grassroots organization advocating generationally responsible fiscal policy.
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TheConcord Coalition 13m
Federal budget policy remains on an unsustainable track, driven by structural forces that increase federal spending faster than revenues.
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TheConcord Coalition 3h
As our debt climbs past $20 trillion, one thing is clear. Fiscal policy remains unsustainable:
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 24
Reminder: Those in the Concord, Massachussetts us for a 25th anniversary event TOMORROW -->
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 24
REMEMBER: Tax cuts don't pay for themselves. There's no such thing as a "free lunch" -->
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 23
Much of our national debt & chronic deficits are due to structural problems from existing tax & entitlement laws
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 23
Mandatory Spending Growth Means the Budget Debate is Increasingly Focused on a Shrinking Part of the Budget -->
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 22
It's Basic Math: Spending - Revenue = Deficit. Learn more -->
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 22
: See what makes up federal spending, and the size of each category compared to others; -->
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 22
Concord Executive Director Bob Bixby discusses importance of with Read more:
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 22
Two weeks ago, our hit $20 trillion. How did we get here?
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 22
Federal Deficits are Growing -->
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 21
Automatic expenditures are consuming more of the budget:
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 21
Catch up on the first 15 lessons we've shared to mark the 25 anniversary of The Concord Coalition:
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 21
Concord Executive Director explains how the federal budget is made via :
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 21
It's time we reform our budget process to focus on the long-term. See potential solutions here:
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 21
One thing not up for debate: The current budget process is broken and requires major reform
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 21
: Since 2009, only ONE appropriations bill has been passed on time
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 21
The Broken Budget Process Should Be Refocused on Long-Term Planning -->
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TheConcord Coalition Sep 21
Making health care programs sustainable depends on controlling costs.
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