Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
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The four budget proposals presented by members of Congress represent starkly different approaches to the issues Americans consistently identify as top priorities: education, Social Security, health care, food assistance, and other domestic investments, as well as reforming the tax code.
In a free webinar next week, National Priorities Project Research Analyst Jasmine Tucker will explain the differences between the budgets originally proposed by the House, Senate, President Obama, and Congressional Progressive Caucus, and review the outcome of the budget votes held the week of March 23rd.
You'll learn what the budget proposals mean for policy priorities in Congress -- and how they stack up against what Americans say they want.