November 26, 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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6 Sep, 2004 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition warned policymakers and political candidates, including President Bush and Senator Kerry, that today's new projections by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) confirm the need for tough policy choices to bring the budget back into balance. Trying to have it... Read More
29 Jul, 2004 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition today released a new Report on Fiscal Responsibility entitled “Lack of Action On Deficit Signals Undue Complacency.” (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) This report grades Congress and the Administration on the choices that they make – or fail to make – in... Read More
25 Jan, 2004 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With today's new projections by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) showing that the nation's fiscal outlook continues to plunge downward, The Concord Coalition called on Congress and the Bush Administration to make deficit reduction a top priority item on this year's agenda.... Read More
13 Jan, 2004 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition's National Debt Clock is headed to the 2004 Presidential Primary season battleground states of Iowa and New Hampshire to put our rapidly growing $7 trillion national debt – and what to do about it – onto the agenda of voters and candidates. The Debt Clock... Read More
25 Aug, 2003 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition warned lawmakers today that new projections released by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) confirm the need for tough choices to bring the budget back into balance. As demonstrated by a series of alternative assumptions in the CBO report,... Read More
4 Mar, 2003 - Press Release
WASHINGTON, DC - March 5, 2003  The Committee for Economic Development (CED) and the Concord Coalition today held a press conference and released a joint statement on the federal budget and the nation's economic future.  The statement says, in part:   "The Concord Coalition and... Read More
24 Jun, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON --  The Concord Coalition today urged the House of Representatives to join the Senate in approving an increase in the statutory debt limit. According to Treasury officials, the current $5.95 trillion debt limit will be reached by the end of the week. Without additional borrowing... Read More
15 May, 2002 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With the Treasury Secretary again forced to take extraordinary measures to avoid breaching the $5.95 trillion statutory debt limit, The Concord Coalition said today that Congress should prevent an unnecessary debt crisis -- now estimated to hit in June -- by swiftly approving an... Read More
8 Sep, 1999 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- On the heels of its recent National Debt Clock tour, the Concord Coalition reminded lawmakers today that the long-term economic benefits of paying down the mounting federal debt outweigh the short-term benefits of permanent spending increases or huge tax cuts.            The... 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