“[My food stamps] went from $200 to $160, from $160 to $120 all because my disability income is greater than what others get.” More - Sharron from Northampton, MA
Deadline for committee completion of all appropriations bills - more
Senate appropriators approved spending levels for 12 areas of government in 2014 - more
Review updates the February budget request's fiscal estimates for the next ten years
The Open Government National Action Plan 2.0 is a good starting point for addressing the gaps in federal spending transparency, but much work remains.
Remember the outrageous 16-day government shutdown? Congress ended it by establishing deadlines for passing a budget, and the first of those deadlines is fast approaching.
National Priorities Project announces the release of one-of-kind info on tax breaks and exactly who benefits.
We all have a stake in the national debate about how this money will be raised and spent. Federal Budget 101 is a no-nonsense, accessible guide to the federal budget - process and impact.
The conference committee on the budget has until Dec. 13 to come up with a spending plan for the government to avoid another shutdown. Sign our petition asking Congress to agree on a budget that reflects Americans' priorities: http://bit.ly/RyanMurrayPetition
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