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Campaign Study 

Candidates Split on Education Spending and Authority

by Spencer Woody / /

Candidates disagree on how much money and influence the federal government should have in education.  


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Campaign Study 

Clinton’s Expanded “New College Compact” to Add $100 Billion to its Already $350 Billion Cost

by Demian Brady / /

In a nod to Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton expanded her "New College Compact" proposal, adding at least $100 billion to its ten-year cost estimate.
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"Free" Community College Tuition Proposal Could Cost Taxpayers Plenty

by Demian Brady / /

If all states participate in the President's new proposals, the first-year cost to the federal government could be upwards of $8 billion.
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Tab Supplemental 3 of 3: The BAKE SALE Act

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

As NTUF continues to improve our new website and The Taxpayer's Tab, Foundation staff brings you the latest BillTally research and commentary on the proposed spending. In the third of our supplemental posts, we scored H.R. 5417, the BAKE SALE Act of 2
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Taxpayer's Tab 

Taxpayer's Tab: Five Years After Stimulus Enacted, Measures to Extend Spending

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This week marked the fifth anniversary of the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), a.k.a., the "stimulus."
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It's National School Choice Week!

by Lee Schalk / /

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