Author Archives: Jake Grant

CRS signs coalition letter urging Congress to consider the CREATES act

Today, the Coalition to Reduce Spending was proud to join a bipartisan group of organizations urging Congressional leadership take action on the Creating and Restoring Equal Access to Equivalent Samples (CREATES) Act. This legislation would encourage competition in the drug industry, … Continue reading

Federal Debt Passes $20 trillion

On Friday, the U.S. officially surpassed $20 trillion in debt. This milestone marks an inevitable but deeply disappointing moment for fiscal conservatives of all kinds. This historic moment in our nation’s history further signals the need for spending reforms and … Continue reading

A Healthcare Bill Republicans and Democrats Can Get Behind

If I told you Republican Senators Mike Lee (R-UT) and John McCain (R-AZ), came together with Democratic Senators Diane Feinstein (D-CA) and Patrick Leahy (D-VT)—among others—to sponsor a bill, would you believe it? The Creating and Restoring Equal Access to … Continue reading

CRS signs Debt and Spending Coalition Letter

Today, the Coalition to Reduce Spending was proud to join a diverse group of organizations urging Congress to take action on advancing longstanding balanced budget amendments proposals. Our nation is facing a fiscal crisis. With $20 trillion in gross federal debt and $200 … Continue reading

White House Will Continue Cost-Sharing Payments

This post originally appeared on the Institute to Reduce Spending. It was rumored that the Trump Administration would end the cost-sharing reduction payments to health insurers after Congress failed to pass legislation repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. Now, a White … Continue reading