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WASHINGTON, April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Concord Coalition said today that President Obama's proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2014 provides a credible framework for the bipartisan negotiations that are needed to curb the growth of the federal debt over the next decade and beyond.
But a stalemate could lead to a failure to adopt a replacement, triggering a government shutdown, executive director of the Concord Coalition," said Democratic Representative Tammy Baldwin.
Barack Obama's appointment of a National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility, headed by ex-Clinton White House Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles and former Republican senator from Wyoming Alan Simpson is likely to produce a report following the lines of the Concord Coalition proposals.
Those have included groups such as the Concord Coalition and the Heritage Foundation, which have long advocated slashing payments and means testing veterans disability compensation.
My guess is that it will add tens of billions of dollars to the budget, and since there is no extra money, it's going to add to the deficit,'' said Robert Bixby, executive director of the Concord Coalition, a D.
Bixby, the executive director of the Concord Coalition, a green-eyeshade group that's useful when new spending programs are on the table but worse than worthless when tax cuts are imminent.
Policy Priorities and the Concord Coalition (federal budget), Sierra Club and National Federation of Independent Business (environment), Christian Coalition and Children's Defense Fund (family policy-welfare reform), American Israel Public Affairs Committee and Center for Strategic and International Studies (foreign aid funding), and American Medical Association and American Association of Retired Persons (health policy.
Privately in the thrall of Concord Coalition types, who regard "middle-class entitlements" as our major economic problem, he embraced the cause of protecting these only when it became clear how popular they were.