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U.S. Postal Service Reports Continued Losses … Will Taxpayers be Next? Citizen Group Calls for Action from Congress

by Pete Sepp / /

Today the United State Postal Service announced another massive loss in its second quarter financial report totaling $562 million.


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Letters 

22 Organizations Urge Swift Action on Unauthorized Spending Accountability Act

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Our organizations are pleased to endorse the USA Act, and we hope all Members of Congress will join you in working toward its swift passage.
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Letters 

Coalition Supports Federal Contracting Transparency

by NTU Staff / /

The undersigned groups are proud to support the "Contractor Accountability and Transparency Act of 2017" (S. 651).
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Letters 

Coalition Supports Legislation to Hold Government Workers Accountable

by NTU Staff / /

On behalf of the undersigned organizations, we write to express our support for H.R. 559, the Modern Employment Reform, Improvement, and Transformation Act.
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Letters 

Congress Must Repeal or Restrain Obamacare's CMMI

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As policymakers prepare for a new Congress and administration, repealing and replacing Obamacare is at the top of the agenda.
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Letters 

Require Comptroller General to Deliver Fiscal State of the Union

by Clark Packard / /

Open Letter to the House of Representatives:
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Blog 

10 Bills That Can Bypass Congressional Gridlock

by Nan Swift / /

NTU Releases 6th Annual "No-Brainers" List
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Blog 

House NDAA Puts Military Bands on the Run

by Nan Swift / /

The House-passed NDAA legislation takes a swipe at some habitual Pentagon spending - could this make lawmakers finally question our funding priorities?
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Letters 

Coalition Opposes Funding for Wasteful Nuclear Fuel Project

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NTU joined a Project on Government Oversight-led coalition letter urging Congress to stop funding construction of the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility (MOX).
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Policy Paper 

How Candidates Can Craft a Winning Tax Policy

by Pete Sepp / /

Candidates should unite around one simple principle: treat all sectors of the economy equally and stop using tax policy to pick winners and losers.
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