July 1, 2015

Publications

27 Jun, 2015 - Special Publication

In an op-ed for the Nashua Telegraph, Harold Janeway, a former Democratic New Hampshire state senator, and Ed Dupont, a former Republican state Senate president, say the latest projections from the Congressional Budget Office show why presidential candidates need to address the long-term drivers of the national debt, an aging population and rising health care costs. Janeway and Dupont are members of the First Budget New Hampshire Cabinet. The op-ed, behind a paywall, can also be found...

Recent Publications

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26 Jun, 2015 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition last night honored Mitch Daniels and Evan Bayh III -- two former Indiana governors who both built strong fiscal records in the state -- with the 2015 Paul E. Tsongas Economic Patriot Award. Bayh, a Democrat, served as Indiana’s 46th governor from 1989 to 1997,... Read More
23 Jun, 2015 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition on Thursday will honor Mitch Daniels and Evan Bayh III -- two former Indiana governors who have both wrestled with difficult fiscal decisions -- with the 2015 Paul E. Tsongas Economic Patriot Award. Bayh served as Indiana’s 46th governor from 1989 to 1997,... Read More
14 Jun, 2015 - Special Publication
In an op-ed for the Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier (Iowa) E.J. Giovannetti, an attorney and former Polk County Supervisor from Des Moines, and Doris Kelley, a former state representative from Cedar Falls, say voters across the political spectrum want presidential candidates to discuss how they would... Read More
31 May, 2015 - Special Publication
In an op-ed for the Sioux City Journal, Sara Imhof, director of education and grassroots advocacy at The Concord Coalition, and Mike Murphy, director of strategic initiatives at the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, say voters need to insist presidential candidates put forward realistic... Read More
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20 May, 2015 - Press Release
First Budget, a nonpartisan initiative to raise awareness of the nation’s fiscal challenges during the 2016 presidential campaign, is already making its presence felt in Iowa and New Hampshire. First Budget announced today Cabinets in both Iowa and New Hampshire that include Democrats and... Read More
5 May, 2015 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition welcomes the House and Senate passage of a budget resolution that promises to balance the budget and substantially slow the growth of federal debt over the next 10 years. Concord warns, however, that these goals rest upon speculative savings from future policy... Read More
26 Apr, 2015 - Special Publication
In an op-ed for the Nashua Telegraph, Chase Hagaman, New England regional director for The Concord Coalition, says the next President needs to address the federal government's long-term fiscal challenges in their first budget. Hagaman is a part of First Budget, a non-partisan initiative by Concord... Read More
10 Apr, 2015 - Special Publication
In an op-ed for The Hill, Ben Ritz, legislative outreach director for The Concord Coalition, says after the agreement to not offset some of the cost of replacing Medicare's sustainable growth rate formula, Congress should rethink how it addresses budgetary "circuit-breakers," and can start by... Read More
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2 Apr, 2015 - Press Release
CONCORD, N.H. --  First Budget brought its message for the 2016 presidential election to New Hampshire today as part of its campaign to highlight the growing federal debt. First Budget, a joint effort of The Concord Coalition and the Campaign to Fix the Debt, is active in New Hampshire and... Read More
31 Mar, 2015 - Issue Brief
It’s Time To Reform the Statutory Debt LimitI. IntroductionCongress voted last February to again suspend the federal debt limit. On March 15, 2015, it went back into effect and was set at the level necessary to include all debt racked up prior to that date. While in the past there has been a debate... Read More