Author Archives: Rebekah Bydlak

Meet The Hill’s Newest Contributor

We’re excited to announce that Coalition president Jonathan Bydlak will be the newest regular contributor to The Hill. His content will be featured monthly, and we’re excited to discuss timely spending issues with an ever-growing audience. You’ve probably noticed that our … Continue reading

Statement on the American Healthcare Act

Earlier today, Coalition founder & president Jonathan Bydlak released the following statement on the American Healthcare Act (AHCA). Later this evening, the House of Representatives is expected to vote on the American Healthcare Act (AHCA). As you know, we’ve been … Continue reading

CRS signs coalition letter urging NFIP reforms

Today, the Coalition to Reduce Spending was proud to sign on to a letter urging Congress to take up smart flood insurance reforms to ensure that the National Flood Insurance Program does not further burden the taxpayers. Dear Chairmen Crapo and … Continue reading

Failing to Address the Debt is Not Sustainable

This post originally appeared at Institute to Reduce Spending. President Trump has a golden opportunity to appeal to the fiscal hawks who were wary about how he would address the $20 trillion national debt. With large cuts to the EPA, … Continue reading

Obamacare repeal: A Call for Caution

Update: A version of this piece appeared in Rare. Yesterday evening, the House Ways & Means and Energy & Commerce Committees released their drafts to repeal and replace Obamacare. The plans are a mixed bag for Americans who might have been … Continue reading