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National Priorities Project
nominated for 2014 Nobel Peace Prize
How the U.S. Military Avoided Budget Cuts, Lied About Doing So, Then Asked for Billions More
The president’s new budget contains initiatives that would be widely popular with the American people, including jobs, education, and closing corporate tax loopholes. The proposal also includes raising military spending.
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.
Becky Sweger will serve as a judge at the inaugural Five College DataFest, a nationally-coordinated undergraduate competition that encourages students to address challenges of immediate, real-world significance through data analysis.
NPP is a 2014 Nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize! Please show your support for this international recognition. Give a gift in honor of NPP's Nobel Peace Prize Nomination.