The Rich v. The Rest of Us

Today, we joined with our partners at New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness and Strong Economy for All Coalition to release a new report: How Many? A Numbers Guide for Lame-Duck Fence-Sitting Anti-Fair-Share Millionaires-Over-Middle-Class Members of Congress.  Here's some...

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Bi-Partisan Deal Will Hurt Working Families

Bi-Partisan Deal Will Hurt Working Families

President Obama and the Republican-led house have reached an agreement to both raise the debt ceiling and cut trillions of dollars from the federal budget. This money is coming directly from the social safety net that so many hard-working Americans rely upon to make ends meet. From our initial assessment of the bill, it’s going to be a disastrous deal for people and the economy. The debt ceiling has been an excuse for conservatives to slash government all along, and they have gotten their way.

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What Would You Do?

What Would You Do?

The New York Times has created a way to allow it's readers to share their thoughts on the ongoing debt ceiling debates in Washington. Click here to access it. House Republicans, led by Speaker Boehner, are currently stalling the vote as they have become aware that...

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