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Senate Reaches a Deal on Debt Limit
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Senate Reaches a Deal on Debt Limit

Fox News, CNN and other news organizations are reporting that a deal has been reached in the Senate to resolve the shutdown and debt ceiling battle that has been raging for the past couple weeks.

10/16/2013
Key Vote: See Whether Your Representative Voted to Raise the Debt Ceiling Here!
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Key Vote: See Whether Your Representative Voted to Raise the Debt Ceiling Here!

Today the House of Representatives voted to extend the government's borrowing authority until May 19th - essentially granting a "clean" four-month rise in the debt ceiling. The bill, H.R. 325, passed 285-144, with 33 Republicans and 111 Democrats voting against it. See how your representative voted HERE.

01/23/2013
Key Vote NO on a Clean Increase in the Debt Limit - H.R. 325
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Key Vote NO on a Clean Increase in the Debt Limit - H.R. 325

Dear FreedomWorks member,As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your U.S. Representative and urge him or her to vote NO on H.R. 325, a bill which would lift the U.S. debt limit without a dollar cap for four months (until May 19, 2013) with no accompanying spending reforms or reductions.

01/22/2013
End the Debt Ceiling Shenanigans
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End the Debt Ceiling Shenanigans

Here we go again… The U.S. is expected to hit the $16.4 trillion debt ceiling by the end of February. That means that we can expect more partisan bickering in Washington over whether to raise the debt ceiling—with or without spending cuts. It has now become typical for Washington to stumble from one manufactured crisis to the next instead of fixing the root cause of the problem.

01/17/2013
Tea Party Stood Strong During Debt-Ceiling Debate
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Tea Party Stood Strong During Debt-Ceiling Debate

The so-called historic debt-ceiling deal passed the Senate 74-26 yesterday and quickly landed on President Obama’s desk. He immediately signed the lousy compromise to raise the debt ceiling by $900 billion. The past few weeks have been filled with numerous lies and scare tactics.

08/03/2011
Key Vote NO on Speaker Boehner's Revised Debt Ceiling Plan
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Key Vote NO on Speaker Boehner's Revised Debt Ceiling Plan

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our million-plus FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Representative and ask him or her to vote NO on Speaker Boehner’s revised debt ceiling plan. While we applaud House leadership for passing the Cut, Cap and Balance Act last week, we do not support Speaker Boehner’s new compromise, which violates the Cut, Cap and Balance Pledge because it neither cuts nor caps nor balances federal spending.

07/29/2011
Principles over Compromises: Oppose Speaker Boehner’s Debt-Ceiling Plan
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Principles over Compromises: Oppose Speaker Boehner’s Debt-Ceiling Plan

With the Obama administration’s phony debt-limit deadline just five days away, all eyes remain fixed on the ongoing debate in Washington. Per usual, nearly all members of the party in power support raising the debt ceiling with no strings attached while most in the minority party do not. The debt ceiling has been raised ten times in just the past decade with both parties playing political games.

07/28/2011
Key Vote NO on Speaker Boehner's Debt Ceiling Plan
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Key Vote NO on Speaker Boehner's Debt Ceiling Plan

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our million-plus FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Representative and ask him or her to vote NO on Speaker Boehner’s new debt ceiling plan. While we applaud House leadership for passing the Cut, Cap and Balance Act last week, we do not support Speaker Boehner’s new compromise, which violates the Cut, Cap and Balance Pledge because it neither cuts nor caps nor balances federal spending.

07/26/2011
No Debt Ceiling Hike without Cut, Cap and Balance
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No Debt Ceiling Hike without Cut, Cap and Balance

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner warns that America is just 40 days away from Armageddon. Don’t let the scare tactics fool you. Even if the debt ceiling is not raised, the U.S. will not necessarily default on its debt on August 2. It’s difficult to understand how anyone would still see Geithner as an authority on the economy due to his previous gaffes on everything from the “stimulus” to the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul law.

06/24/2011
Letter to House: Cosponsor Rep. McClintock's Full Faith and Credit Act
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Letter to House: Cosponsor Rep. McClintock's Full Faith and Credit Act

Dear Representative, On behalf of over a million FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to cosponsor Rep. McClintock’s (R-CA) H.R. 421 Full Faith and Credit Act. In the event that the debt ceiling is reached, the bill would require the United States Treasury to pay principle and interest on debt held by the public first. By prioritizing payments on the debt, this will ensure that the United States does not default on its debt and it will help rein in government’s out-of-control spending.

02/02/2011

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