“My husband and I are disabled. We barely make it on a little over $1000 a month in SSI and SSDI. Our food stamps were cut back.” More - Carol from Louisville, KY
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
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.
Health care. Jobs. Social Security. Taxes. War. If you're like the majority of Americans, these things matter to you. Congress has only 10 days left to deliver a budget proposal that will decide the future of Medicaid, Food Stamps, Head Start, Social Security, corporate tax breaks, and much more.
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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