The New Fiscal Year didn't begin with a government shutdown, but that's no reason to celebrate.
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01 October 2015 - October 1 is the beginning of Fiscal Year 2016 for the federal government. The good news is that we began the New Year without a government shutdown. The bad news is that there remain many unresolved issues, including the threat of a shutdown returning in just ten weeks.
29 September 2015 - Tax reform is getting a lot of attention on the campaign trail, and Fix the Debt is helping to drive the conversation.
29 September 2015 - As the presidential candidates get more specific about their policy positions, the media is questioning them more on the details and how the proposals will impact the federal budget. This is a welcome development that will help bring about the national dialogue on the debt that this campaign needs.
24 September 2015 - Fix the Debt is active in Iowa, educating voters so that they can demand a constructive conversation about the national debt during the campaign.