Immigration reform is a positive for the United States in many ways, and not least is the positive impact such reform would have on the federal budget.
“Tax extenders” can be a tough topic to figure out, which is why we just published “Tax Extenders, Explained.” This blog explains why tax extenders are so important.
Lawmakers returned to Washington yesterday to begin work in the “lame duck” Congress that goes through the end of the year. There’s plenty to do, but there’s no telling how much will actually get done.
Last week news broke that 629 U.S. troops believe they were exposed to chemical warfare agents while overseas more than a decade ago. This begs the question: how much does our nation spend on veterans?
What does America expect to accomplish in fighting ISIS? And what will it cost?
Of the respondents to our informal election day poll, 96% of you said you would or had already voted this year.
No matter who's in office, NPP will continue its pursuit of a transparent, accessible federal budget.
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Election 2014 is almost upon us. "Interest, amuse, and amaze yourselves between campaign commercials" with State Smart.
This week, we revisit our popular Competing Visions analysis and provide you with a breakdown of how some lawmakers propose divvying up the federal budget. Because that’s what all our voter’s guides have in common: federal spending.