Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
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August recess is the best opportunity to tell Congress your thoughts on Iraq, immigration, corporate taxes, unemployment benefits, and more.
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Over the past decade, American taxpayers have sunk more than $816 billion into funding the war in Iraq.
Here's one way we could help Millenials attain higher education without burgeoning student loan debt.
The average American taxpayer paid $11,715 in income taxes in 2013. Here's 13 surprising charts that show how the federal government spent those tax dollars.
Here are the five things you absolutely need to know about President Obama's proposal to spend $3.9 trillion in 2015
Help us meet one last challenge to end 2013 on strong financial footing.
There's just four days left before Congress sails past their self-imposed budget deadline -- again. Here are our top seven reasons why you should take 5 minutes right now to stop them.