Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
This year, we’ll spend $7.5 billion to send Americans to federal prisons. This is not what safety looks like.
Puerto Rico is in crisis. What should the U.S. federal government do about it?
Dear Congress: weren’t you involved in the making of this crisis?
A balanced budget amendment was, is, and will remain a really, really bad idea.
We've just released our analysis of federal budget proposals. Trust us - you're going to want to see this.
In an upcoming webinar, we'll explain the differences between major budget proposals and share information about how you can influence the budget to shift our nation’s priorities.
Super Tuesday is here. Twelve states will vote in the 2016 presidential primary.
Halfway through the Nevada and South Carolina primaries, here’s the upshot on how federal funding makes its way to these states.
With the first presidential primaries coming up in New Hampshire and Iowa, we took a look at how federal government contributes to those two states.
The beginning of a new fiscal year presents a new chance for Americans to make sure the federal budget works for all of us. The National Priorities Project is pleased to sponsor a free webinar on Poverty and the Federal Budget.