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Jonathan Bydlak in The Hill: Beware the ‘Unknown Knowns’

Writing in The Hill, Coalition founder & president Jonathan Bydlak takes on the “unknown knowns” of process reform. In other words, original research from the Institute for Spending Reform can provide a useful guide for legislators looking to reform the nation’s broken budget process. [I]f we are to right the country’s fiscal ship, leaders should […] Read More >>

Coalition president Jonathan Bydlak featured in Heartland’s “Healthcare News”

On Wednesday, the Heartland Institute features Coalition founder & president Jonathan Bydlak in its June edition of Healthcare News. The piece covers Health Savings Accounts, or HSA’s, noting the ways in which they offer a different way from the healthcare status quo. Noting that “HSAs are an essential piece of the puzzle that is solving […] Read More >>

House Leaders try to gather support for $733 billion Pentagon plan

Facing an uncertain future of negotiations on the rest of the federal budget, House Democratic leaders are struggling to gather support for their $733 billion plan for Pentagon spending. Bloomberg Government reports that House Democratic leaders see this level of Pentagon spending as a necessary part of getting Republicans on board with the level of domestic spending […] Read More >>

House Freedom Caucus to oppose busting the spending caps

As Congress continues to bicker over the next round of government funding, a key Republican caucus has come out against any deal that raises the spending caps set out in the 2011 Budget Control Act. Pointing out on Twitter that the US spends more on debt interest than on Defense, the House Freedom Caucus announced […] Read More >>