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FreedomWorks Along With Conservative Groups Issues Coalition Letter Urging Congress Not to Bust the Spending Caps

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FreedomWorks along with a coalition of conservative organizations, today issues a letter urging Congress to oppose legislation that would exceed the spending caps established in the 2011 Budget Control Act for either FY 2020 or 2021. Should Congress decide to exceed the 2011 spending caps, it would be the fifth time it has done so.

04/29/2019
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FreedomWorks Entitlement Reform Series Part One: Congress Must Find Conservative Solution to the Entitlement Crisis

BY Adam Brandon

Since Democrats took control of the House, there has been no shortage of bad legislation that has either been pushed through the lower chamber or advocated by progressives. Democrats were set to consider yet another “caps deal” to bust its own spending maximums set under the Budget Control Act. The Democratic leadership has pulled it from the schedule as progressives and moderates in the party disagree on spending levels. Progressives, of course, want more spending on domestic programs.

04/23/2019
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Entitlement Reform: A Growing National Emergency

As our debt soars above $22 trillion and continues to grow, Democrats are seeking yet another deal to bust discretionary spending caps. However, politicians on both sides of the aisle are ignoring -- as has become routine -- the true drivers of our debt crisis: mandatory spending.

04/22/2019
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FreedomWorks’ Bill of the Month for April 2019: Billion Dollar Boondoggle Act, H.R. 1917 and S. 565

FreedomWorks is proud to announce that our bill of the month for April 2019 is the Billion Dollar Boondoggle Act, H.R. 1917 and S. 565, introduced by Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.) and Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), joined by cosponsors Sens. Mike Braun (R-Ind.), Rand Paul (R-Ky.), and James Lankford (R-Okla.). The Billion Dollar Boondoggle Act would require the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to submit an annual report detailing the costs and timelines of projects that are behind schedule, over budget, or both.

04/01/2019
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Social Security Reform Is Long Overdue, but Massive Tax Hikes Are Not the Answer

BY Jason Pye

House Democrats are considering pushing a massive tax Opens a New Window. hike on American workers, regardless of their income level, as part of a bill to expand Social Security. There’s no question that Social Security Opens a New Window. faces significant funding issues, but there are better ways to reform the program than increasing payroll taxes Opens a New Window. on every employer and worker.

03/21/2019
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FreedomWorks Statement in Response to White House Proposed Budget for FY 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to President Trump’s proposed federal budget for FY 2020, Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks President, commented:

03/11/2019
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Support the No Budget, No Pay Act, S. 39

On behalf of our activist community, I urge you to contact your representative and ask him or her to cosponsor the No Budget, No Pay Act, S. 39. Introduced by Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.), the No Budget, No Pay Act would put skin in the game for Congress to get serious about its power of the purse and get back on track to doing its job.

03/08/2019
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Will Democrats Finally Pay Attention to the National Debt?

Debatably the most important power delegated to Congress is its power of the purse. However, it never uses this power correctly. This week, the United States’ national debt surpassed the $22 trillion mark. Also this week, Congress passed a multi-hundred-billion dollar spending bill in order to cover for its inability to do its job properly. Congress was behind schedule by nearly half of an entire year on funding the government for this fiscal year.

02/15/2019
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Key Vote NO on the CR/Minibus, H.R. 6157

On behalf of our activist community, I urge you to contact your representative and ask him or her to vote NO on the Defense, Labor, and Health and Human Services (HHS) minibus, H.R. 6157. In addition to spending profligately on programs included in the minibus, it also includes a short-term continuing resolution (CR) for remaining appropriations bills into fiscal year 2019.

09/26/2018
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Key Vote

Key Vote NO on the CR/Minibus, H.R. 6157

On behalf of our activist community, I urge you to contact your senators and ask them to vote NO on the Defense, Labor, and Health and Human Services (HHS) minibus, H.R. 6157. The bill includes a short-term continuing resolution (CR) for remaining appropriations bills, continuing the excessive spending under the Bipartisan Budget Act, which was passed by Congress in February and spent nearly $300 billion more than the previously established spending caps.

09/18/2018

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