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Fix the Debt
The Campaign to Fix the Debt is a nonpartisan movement for government spending and tax reform to address the rising national debt.
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Fix the Debt 16h
US Budget Deficit Sets February Record of $234 Billion
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Fix the Debt 22h
If we , there will be less interest to pay on the national debt, which will free up taxpayer money for better purposes. See more at .
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Fix the Debt Mar 21
Our Roadshow was in Houston, Texas. Learn more about the Roadshow and request an event in your community .
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Fix the Debt Mar 21
The experts who crunch the numbers say we must .
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Fix the Debt Mar 21
"The most dangerous domestic problem facing America’s federal government is the rapid growth of its budget deficit and national debt."
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Fix the Debt Mar 21
has begun. Here's a bracket that is already broken.
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Fix the Debt Mar 20
ICYMI - Economists Agree: Deficits Matter via
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Fix the Debt Mar 20
How would you change federal health care? Show us with the Debt Fixer tool .
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Fix the Debt Mar 19
Replying to @FixtheDebt
That's why we are starting . Learn more about the effort to combat division and dysfunction so we can at .
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Fix the Debt Mar 19
"The inability to talk across political divide today and the budget deficit are linked."
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Fix the Debt Mar 19
The White House budget proposal requests $8,600,000,000 for fiscal year 2020 to fund border wall construction. That is $60 per taxpayer. Use our tool to compare other proposals and key items in the federal budget and decide IsItWorthIt?
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Fix the Debt Mar 18
What investments would you make? Show us with the Debt Fixer federal budget tool .
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Fix the Debt Mar 18
National debt is a looming avalanche that must be addressed via
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Fix the Debt Mar 18
Our op-ed appeared in the : "free lunch economics" will increase national debt . But we can help grow the economy if we . "If we enact smart policies to reduce our debt, that will help with longer-term growth."
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Fix the Debt Mar 17
National debt would still go up under the President's new budget. We need a real, bipartisan plan to .
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Fix the Debt Mar 15
Replying to @CSPC_DC
We are starting to address the political dysfunction that is getting in the way of efforts to and other critical problems. Learn more and get involved at .
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Fix the Debt Mar 15
Replying to @CSPC_DC
"Congress finds itself repeatedly unable to reach agreement on budgets, and showdowns result in continuing resolutions that force spending patterns into wasteful short-term cycles, or government shutdowns that threaten economic stability and further diminish voter confidence."
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Fix the Debt Mar 15
From a recent report from partner : "The resulting political dysfunction means that serious problems fester, whether it’s crumbling national infrastructure or ballooning debt."
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Fix the Debt Mar 15
The federal government is spending $43,777,283.11 per hour just on interest on the national debt. That's more than the federal Head Start funding several states receive for a full year.
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Fix the Debt Mar 15
Good editorial: Both the Republican and Democratic parties are failing on deficits
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