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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 Dec 13
What is the outlook for reducing the deficit in the new Congress? Our Executive Director Robert L. Bixby weighs in on this important question:
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Chase Hagaman Dec 12
w/ hosts Congressman-Elect & past party Chair . They discuss priorities, climate & efforts. Listen to "New Lawmaker, Ex-GOP Chair: Prioritize Fiscal Policy."
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 11
The Trump administration has recently discussed some proposals that have the potential to help efforts to control the growth of health care costs.
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 11
The federal government’s chief health care actuaries have released their wrap-up of 2017 National Health Expenditures, showing that health care spending remained nearly the same percentage of the economy as in 2016: 17.9 percent.
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 10
A recent panel discussion in Washington underscored the fiscal and economic challenges facing the country but also pointed towards possible solutions and ways to protect the country now and in the future.
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 7
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Hi Jonathan! You can learn more about our team at
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Chase Hagaman Dec 5
This week on w/ , the discusses the of and . Listen. Like. Subscribe. Check out ": The Psychology of Deficit Reduction."
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 7
: The U.S. Far Exceeds Other Countries in Military Spending
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 5
The Concord Coalition joins the nation in mourning and honoring its 41st president, a man of integrity, decency and thoughtful leadership shown through a lifetime of public service. Several memorial services are being held this week.
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 4
: The gap between tax revenue and federal spending is projected to get worse in the coming years due to the effects of our aging population and rising health care costs pushing up the cost of spending programs.
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 4
The United States system is inefficient, overly complex and does not raise enough revenue to keep pace with federal .
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 3
In the public sector, projected cost growth for and is the single largest contributor to our nation’s unsustainable fiscal outlook.
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 3
Health care is the largest industry in the US and is made of both public and private programs. Two-thirds of all health care spending is subsidized by the government through either direct spending or through tax breaks for employer-provided insurance.
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TheConcord Coalition Dec 2
is the largest program in the federal budget. It provides monthly income to over 60 million Americans -- most of whom depend on it as their largest source of retirement income.
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Chase Hagaman Nov 28
On w/, discusses the late 's legacy, results and the 2020 . Check out "Remembering , a Straight-Talking Hero."
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TheConcord Coalition Nov 30
: , and account for over half of federal spending
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TheConcord Coalition Nov 29
Our National Political Director and Development Director Phil Smith recently had the honor of presenting a chart talk to the Northside Atlanta Kiwanis. Thank you to everyone who attended!
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TheConcord Coalition Nov 27
If careful study leads members of the next Congress to believe that large military funding increases are in fact needed, they should find a responsible way to pay for them.
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TheConcord Coalition Nov 26
While Congress passed five of the annual appropriations bills before the end of the last fiscal year, seven more still need to be completed. To avoid a partial shutdown, passed a continuing resolution (CR) that expires Dec. 7.
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