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Emergency Spending Is Still Spending

by Nan Swift / /

And we can't afford it.


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Single-Payer Health Plan Would Add Trillions to the Budget, Burden Millions of Taxpayers

by Demian Brady / /

If you think that the ACA has been a costly disaster, Sen. Sanders has an even bigger, costlier plan in store for health care.
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County With Over 5 Million People Latest to Institute Costly Soda Tax

by Thomas Aiello / /

Cook County becomes the largest government in the nation to enact a soda tax.
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Pros and Cons of the House Budget Resolution

by Demian Brady, Andrew Wilford / /

An analysis of the budget blueprint recently released by the House Budget Committee.
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NTU Applauds Republican Study Committee’s Bold Budget Blueprint

by Brandon Arnold / /

Today, the Republican Study Committee (RSC), released a budget resolution that would reduce spending, enable passage of fundamental tax reform, and restore fiscal discipline to the federal government. The budget, authored by RSC Chairman Mark Walker (R-NC
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Bipartisan Solutions Needed to Correct Course on the National Debt

by Ari Boosalis / /

With the national debt looming around $20 trillion, the NTUF has identified the main structural problems and has recommended policy changes as a result.
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Illinois’ Pension-fueled Fiscal Crisis Is Warning to Other States

by Demian Brady, Ari Boosalis / /

Illinois should serve as a warning to other states with pension systems in the same poor fiscal condition.
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Delaware Budget Deal Hurts Business and Taxpayers

by Thomas Aiello / /

Delaware's budget leans on business and taxpayers to plug growing budget deficit.
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CBO Projections Likely Underestimate Future Debt Load

by Demian Brady / /

CBO's forecast should raise alarms, but without significant reform, there are factors that could drive debt higher than projected.
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Polling Indicates Ground for Compromise on Spending Reform

by Ari Boosalis / /

Although Republicans and Democrats generally hold different viewpoints on taxes and spending, there are programs within the federal budget that can be cut with bipartisan support.
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