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Key Vote NO on the Continuing Appropriations Act, H.R. 601

On behalf of FreedomWorks’ activist community, I urge you to contact your representative and tell him or her to vote NO on the Continuing Appropriations Act, H.R. 601. The bill would increase the debt limit and fund the federal government through December 8 without any spending or regulatory reforms. There are no guarantees that the situation will be any different when Congress revisits the issue in December.

09/07/2017
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Key Vote NO on the McConnell Amendment to H.R. 601 to Increase the Debt Limit

On behalf of FreedomWorks’ activist community, I urge you to contact your senators and tell them to vote NO on the amendment to H.R. 601 offered by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). The amendment would increase the debt limit and fund the federal government through December 8 without any spending or regulatory reforms. There are no guarantees that the situation will be any different when the Senate revisits the issue in December.

09/07/2017
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September Will Be a Very Busy Month for Congress

September may be the busiest month of 2017 for Congress. There is a long list of must-pass legislation on the agenda, including the debt limit and appropriations for at least part of FY 2018, when Congress reconvenes on Tuesday, September 5. The calendar, however, isn't kind. There are only 12 legislative days scheduled in the House and 17 in the Senate.

08/28/2017
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Support the Debt Ceiling Alternative Act, H.R. 3167

On behalf of our activist community, I urge you to contact your representative and ask him or her to support the Debt Ceiling Alternative Act, H.R. 3167, introduced by Rep. David Schweikert (R-Ariz.). The bill would bring responsible debt management when the federal government reaches its borrowing limit.

08/23/2017
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A Fiscally Responsible Idea from Europe That America Should Adopt

As Congress approaches the debt ceiling debate, conservatives in both chambers should look for outside-the-box approaches to address federal spending. It's simply not enough to make cuts to nondefense discretionary spending, which, over the next ten years, represents less than 13 percent of all federal outlays. Mandatory spending, or direct spending, however, represents nearly 65 percent of outlays and is what is largely driving deficits higher.

05/26/2017
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FreedomWorks’ Bill of the Month for May 2017: Debt Limit Control and Accountability Act, H.R. 1529

FreedomWorks is happy to announce that the Debt Limit Control and Accountability Act, H.R. 1529, introduced by Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) was selected as the Bill of the Month for May. The bill is co-sponsored by House Freedom Caucus Chairman Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) and was referred to the House Ways and Means Committee. It would put spending restrictions in place to hold our government accountable regarding financial decisions.

05/01/2017
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On Debt, the Ceiling Is Less Important Than What's Underneath

The ever-shifting horizon on when the federal government is scheduled to reach its borrowing limit has most recently been set at November 3rd, just days after John Boehner is scheduled to resign his office. What this means is that no new leadership will save us from yet another increase in the debt ceiling, although there will always be a principled few who will want to resist.

10/16/2015
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Speaker Boehner - Stop the Dangerous Spending

Democracy and Power 104: Future Debt Burden A government debt is a government claim against personal income and private property – an unpaid tax bill. —Hans F. Sennholz

08/03/2015
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

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