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The Great Debt Ceiling Debate Begins (Get Your Scorecard Here)
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The Great Debt Ceiling Debate Begins (Get Your Scorecard Here)

The Great Debt Ceiling Debate of 2011 has begun, and FreedomWorks has published this handy scorecard to help you follow the action and weigh in. Here, on one page, is where all the key players stand: 

05/19/2011
Letter to Senate: Support Amendments to the SBIR Reauthorization Bill to Cut Spending
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Letter to Senate: Support Amendments to the SBIR Reauthorization Bill to Cut Spending

Dear Senator, On behalf of over a million FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to support several amendments to S.493 the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Reauthorization Bill and others that reduce the size of government.With our nation over $14 trillion in debt, I urge you to support any effort to rein in excess spending. The following amendments will set us in the right direction towards prosperity and job creation.

03/16/2011
Key Vote No Ensign/McConnell Fix Housing First Amendment
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Key Vote No Ensign/McConnell Fix Housing First Amendment

On behalf of hundreds of thousands of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to vote “No” on Senator Ensign’s Fix Housing First amendment to H.R. 1, as promoted by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.  The Senator claims this act would “fix” the housing problem, considered to be at the root of so much of our current economic pain.  However, far from fixing anything, this plan would create even more problems and rather than letting the market naturally adjust, will merely delay recovery creating bigger problems in the future.

02/04/2009

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