November 29, 2014

Publications

10 Nov, 2014 - Press Release

Updated November 14

WASHINGTON --  The Concord Coalition will host a panel discussion this Friday on Capitol Hill about opportunities for fiscal reform in the next Congress.

The one-hour program, open to the public, will feature three of the nation’s leading non-partisan experts on the fiscal and economic challenges ahead:

  • Marc Goldwein, senior policy director with The Committee for a Responsible Federal...

Recent Publications

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12 Mar, 2001 - Special Publication
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, March 12, 2001 JOINT STATEMENT BY WARREN RUDMAN, SAM NUNN, PETER PETERSON, ROBERT RUBIN & PAUL VOLCKER WASHINGTON -- Congress and the Bush administration face the critical challenge this year of adopting a framework for using near-term budget surpluses... Read More
8 Feb, 2000 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition today urged Congress to agree on a budget baseline before approving any tax cuts, including the Marriage Tax Penalty Relief Act (H.R. 6) scheduled to be debated Thursday in the U.S. House of Representatives.   “Tomorrow's tax cut vote is nothing less than a... Read More
4 Aug, 1999 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition today urged Congress to put the interests of future generations first by rejecting the proposed 10-year $792 billion tax cut, and instead turning its attention to the neglected issues of long-term Social Security and Medicare reform.   "We have a moral... Read More
27 Jul, 1999 - Press Release
WASHINGTON --With the House and Senate headed toward passage of a $792 billion, 10-year tax cut, The Concord Coalition today challenged Congress and the President to make the hard choices on discretionary and entitlement spending before enacting a major tax cut.    “Cutting taxes in... Read More
20 Jul, 1999 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition today urged the House of Representatives to reject the The Financial Freedom Act of 1999 (H.R. 2488) because it relies too heavily on projections of huge future budget surpluses that are unlikely to materialize, and because it devotes almost the entire non-Social... Read More
28 Feb, 1999 - Press Release
WASHINGTON--Concord Coalition Board Member Martha Phillips strongly urged Congress and the White House to avoid relying exclusively on tax increases to close the gap between future Social Security benefits and expected revenues in testimony before the Senate Special Committee on Aging today.... Read More
22 Sep, 1998 - Press Release
WASHINGTON-With the federal government projected to run $137 billion in deficits without counting the Social Security surplus over the next five years, so-called "unified" budget surpluses should not be used for either tax cuts or spending increases. That was the message of a letter sent... Read More
13 Jul, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- A coalition of 11 organizations is urging Congressional tax conferees to oppose a Senate provision that could raise the deficit or force deep cuts in non-transportation spending by transferring the 4.3 cents-per-gallon fuels tax enacted in 1993 to the Highway Trust Fund. The... Read More
25 Jun, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON--The Concord Coalition Citizens' Council today urged Senators to oppose any attempt to remove the "Kidsave" mandatory savings tax credit from the tax bill currently before the Senate. The Kidsave mandatory savings measure, authored by Sens. Bob Kerrey (D-Neb.) and John... Read More
25 Jun, 1997 - Press Release
WASHINGTON--The Concord Coalition Citizens' Council is urging Senators to oppose the transfer of the 4.3 cents-per gallon federal gasoline tax enacted in 1993 from deficit reduction to the Highway Trust Funds. Concord Executive Director Martha Phillips said the transfer, currently included in... Read More