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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 8m
US growth rate won’t be enough to control the deficit, economist warns
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Fix the Debt 4h
Permanent trillion-dollar deficits are around the corner. See more on the latest budget deficit and national debt numbers and what they mean
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Fix the Debt 20h
What If Interest Rates Are 1 Point Higher? $1.9 Trillion in Extra Costs via
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Fix the Debt Apr 19
Here's a great resource showing how your paystub deductions play into government spending.
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Fix the Debt Apr 19
Congress really needs to improve its game in agreeing on a federal budget.
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Fix the Debt Apr 19
U.S. Debt Load Seen Worse Than Italy's by 2023, IMF Predicts via
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Fix the Debt Apr 18
Congress once again missed the statutory deadline to agree on a federal budget blueprint. It does not have a good track record.
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Fix the Debt Apr 18
Washington's budget disaster demands relief from members of both parties
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Fix the Debt Apr 18
"[T]he last time Congress actually met the April 15 deadline [to agree on a budget resolution] was 2003. Oftentimes a budget comes late, and sometimes it never comes at all." See more on the federal budget process
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Fix the Debt Apr 18
U.S. now has the dubious distinction of being the lone “advanced economy” country out of 35 nations that’s projected to have a higher gross debt-to-GDP ratio five years from now, according to the report from the International Monetary Fund.
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Fix the Debt Apr 18
Fed's Kashkari: We're not going to keep interest rates low to help the government run up debt
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Fix the Debt Apr 17
In honor of , we show where the federal government's money comes from. Did you know that almost 1/5 of federal government spending will be deficit financed this year?
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Fix the Debt Apr 17
Happy . Now that you have filed your taxes (hopefully), here's your receipt for where your federal taxpayer dollars go.
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Fix the Debt Apr 16
"There's a consensus to do nothing — and to hope that nothing goes disastrously wrong."
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Fix the Debt Apr 16
Recent spending hikes and tax cuts are responsible for $540 billion – or 55 percent – of next year's budget deficit
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Fix the Debt Apr 16
Interest on the national debt is the fastest growing part of the federal budget. That will have real consequences.
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Fix the Debt Apr 15
"Now it appears that instead of passing a budget to fix this mess, Congress may well not pass a budget at all. Turns out, looking for a free lunch tends to go hand-in-hand with abdicating responsibility."
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Fix the Debt Apr 14
Former Speaker John Boehner: Deficit will be 'No. 1 issue' in six months
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Fix the Debt Apr 13
Americans owe more than what appears on tax forms via
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Fix the Debt Apr 13
Co-Chair Judd Gregg puts the new budget numbers in stark terms . See just how unsustainable the national debt and deficit situation is
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