The Washington Post has a powerful and timely message for the Senate ahead of a critical vote this week on a federal budget resolution that will allow tax reform to add substantially to the deficit.
Congress is finally moving on a federal budget, but lawmakers need your help to show them how to do it right.
The tax debate is moving forward in Washington, but lawmakers may be going in the wrong direction when it comes to the national debt. Anyone who laments the gross debt surpassing $20 trillion cannot support tax cuts that explode the debt in their next breath.
Fiscal Year 2018 begins today without a federal budget. The good news is that Congress may soon agree on a budget. The bad news is that the budget could pave the way for increasing the national debt.
Congress has been dragging its feet on approving government spending for the coming fiscal year, but some decisions will need to be made soon because lawmakers now have less than a month to avoid a government shutdown when the new fiscal year begins on October 1. Here are 6 Things Congress Should Do As It Considers the Federal Budget and Government Spending.
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