Author Archives: Rebekah Bydlak

The Senate just voted to move forward on a bill that doesn’t exist

This fall, politicians are locked in a relatively predictable battle over funding the government. Since they still find themselves unable to follow the regular budget process, the fight instead is primarily about the form and content of a continuing resolution … Continue reading

Coalition: Support Crop Insurance Reforms in the 2017 Budget

Today, we were proud to sign onto a broad coalition letter urging Congress to support some small, but very important, cuts to the federal crop insurance program that were outlined in the president’s budget. These efforts are some of the brightest spots … Continue reading

Rep. Marchant’s debt limit bill comes to House floor tomorrow

UPDATE, 2/12: The bill passed 267-151 — great news for taxpayers! There hasn’t been a wealth of good fiscal news lately, but tomorrow, the House of Representatives will consider a bill that has the potential to target some of the root … Continue reading

NEWS RELEASE: Representative Culberson (TX-7) Signs ‘Reject the Debt’ Pledge

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Rebekah Johansen Tel.: (571) 257-5045 Email: REP. CULBERSON PLEDGES TO ‘REJECT THE DEBT’ IN 7TH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL RACE Culberson joins nonpartisan Coalition that includes Rep. Steve Chabot (OH-01), Sen. Ted Cruz (TX), and Rep. Mark Sanford (SC-1) … Continue reading

CBO: Debt on track to grow faster than the economy

The Congressional Budget Office is out with a new Budget and Economic Outlook today, and it’s bad news for those who’d like to believe all is well with the economy. Some key takeaways: The economy will grow for this year and next, and … Continue reading