Tag Archives | Budget

Karl Rove’s Dark Money Group Twists the Facts About Governor Hassan’s Fiscally Responsible Budget Proposal

Karl Rove’s Crossroads GPS Tries to Push Its Out-of-State, Anti-Middle Class Agenda in New Hampshire Concord, N.H. – Karl Rove’s Crossroads GPS, a dark money group that was created to shield the identity of its donors, is out with a new radio ad twisting the facts about Governor Hassan’s fiscally responsible budget proposal. “New Hampshire […]

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Sen. D’Allesandro Reacts to GOP Blocking Funds to Support Public Health and Safety

Republicans on the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee Leave Millions in Federal Funds on the Table Concord, N.H. – Republicans on the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee last week voted to block millions in federal funds to support critical public health and safety priorities like combating our state’s drug problem, helping our local school districts improve students’ […]

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FACT CHECK: Senate GOP’s False Excuses for Voting to Kill Bill to Ensure Balanced FY 2015

Concord, N.H. – After voting to kill SB 233, a fiscally responsible bill to help ensure the state ends FY 2015 with a balanced budget, Jeanie Forrester and Chuck Morse issued false statements underscoring that they’ve lost all credibility when it comes to fiscal responsibility. See below for a complete fact check of the false […]

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Through Rain, Sleet, and Snow The Mail Must Go Through, So Why Is Congress Trying To Destroy The USPS?

As Letter Carriers put their health and safety at risk each day in this especially brutal winter we can take solace in the fact we have enabled the Postal Service to  continue its financial turnaround. 2015 Fiscal Year Quarter 1 reports released Friday confirmed what all Letter Carriers know our business is booming . All types […]

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Senator Shaheen Push For Legislation To Move US Government To A Biennial Budget

View Senator Shaheen and Senator Isakson reintroduce this legislation on the floor of the Senate WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Johnny Isakson (R-GA), today reintroduced the bipartisan Biennial Budgeting and Appropriations Act in an effort to reform Congress’ broken budgeting process. The legislation would convert Congress’ annual appropriations process to a two-year […]

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Why I Voted No On The “CROmnibus” Spending Bill By Carol Shea-Porter

By Carol Shea-Porter Last week, Congress passed a 1,600-page funding bill, known as the “CRomnibus,” which was packed with provisions that favored moneyed special interests over middle-class Americans. Although there were many good provisions in the bill, I voted against it because the bad clearly outweighed the good, and there was an alternative, a Continuing […]

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Congressional House Members Split On Omnibus Bill

  This week has been very busy in Washington as Congress created yet another manufactured crisis with threats to shut down the government over a divisive continuing resolution. The good news is that, for now, the government will remain open as the House passed a omnibus bill to fund the government for another year. The […]

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Crazier than Trump

You didn’t think That was possible? On Capitol Hill it is. So, what’s the point?  Congress has suddenly discovered that their control of the public purse, which they have been pretending not to value, is about to be supplanted by direct payments from the Treasury, untouched by Congressional hands. Why does that matter? Because if […]

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Pres. Obama’s Budget Puts Working Families And Education First

President Obama released his 2015 budget last week. He calls it “A Roadmap for Growth, Opportunity, and Fiscal Responsibility.” The White House says that “the Budget adheres to the 2015 spending levels agreed to in the Bipartisan Budget Act and shows the choices the President would make at those levels.  But it also shows how […]

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Senator Ayotte says (unofficially): Balance the budget on the backs of Federal Workers, not Military Veterans

Balance the budget on the backs of….. This week the Senate will vote on the bi-partisan budget deal that was crafted by Rep Paul Ryan and Senator Patty Murray.   Everyone has a bone to pick with this budget, but that will not going to keep it from passing. The budget bill has already passed the […]

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