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The New Fiscal Year didn't begin with a government shutdown, but that's no reason to celebrate.
Fall is here. But you don't have to fall for budget myths on the campaign trail. We identify and debunk 16 that you may hear.
The Campaign to Fix the Debt commented on the new tax reform plan from Donald Trump and got lots of attention. Learn more.
Our recent activities in Iowa demonstrate our commitment to making the national debt a top issue in the presidential campaign.
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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.
16 September 2015 - We all learned about mythology in school. Unfortunately, a new mythology with some familiar themes is developing on the campaign trail.
Melancon Critiques Government Gridlock
Charlie Melancon on the Jim Engster Show
Our National Debt is Real and Growing
Livingston: Time to Fix the Debt Is Now
Livingston Says Congress and White House Must Address the Budget
Mayor Landrieu joins bi-partisan effort to reign in national debt