Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
Polls say Americans should love the Build Back Better Act — but most are only hearing talking points about its price tag.
Why is it controversial to spend on social programs but not the Pentagon? Or to subsidize the poor but not the rich?
Congress has the resources to invest in our community.
By raising taxes on the wealthy and redirecting other public resources, we can meet everyone’s needs and strengthen our economy.
With the Afghanistan War finally ending, we shouldn’t squander our “peace dividend” on costly weapons or military bloat.
Today, President Joe Biden unveiled his administration's FY 2022 “skinny budget” request. While not a full breakdown, the “skinny budget” offers a critical glimpse at topline discretionary budget spending and speaks volumes about the administration's priorities. At $753 billion, Biden's requested Pentagon budget increase continues the dangerous and short-sighted path...
It’s urgent not to return to the previous status quo. It’s time for creative thinking and bold action.
The Progressive Caucus has unveiled a legislative agenda designed to meet the scale of the pandemic catastrophe and reduce our vulnerability to future crises.
Billionaire's wealth growth since March is more than the $908 billion pandemic relief package proposed by a bipartisan group of members of Congres—which has been stalled over Republican concerns that it is too costly.