WASHINGTON—Earlier this week, the Blue Dog Coalition announced its leadership for the 116th Congress and inducted seven new members. Next Congress, the Coalition will fight to restore the American Dream and put our country on the path to prosperity.
WASHINGTON—Today, the Blue Dog Coalition announced its leadership for the 116th Congress and inducted several new members. In the 116th Congress, the Coalition will fight to restore the American Dream and put our country on the path to prosperity.
WASHINGTON—Today, the Co-Chairs of the Blue Dog Coalition—Reps. Jim Costa (CA-16), Henry Cuellar (TX-28), and Dan Lipinski (IL-03)—met with Leader Nancy Pelosi and released the following statement:
Today, in an Agri-Pulse editorial, the Chairman of the Blue Dog Special Task Force on Rural America, Rep. Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01), and the Co-Chair of the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee (DPCC), Rep.
The Blue Dog Coalition has endorsed the Problem Solvers Caucus’ Break the Gridlock, a package of proposed changes to the House Rules that would make Congress work for the American people. The Blue Dog Coalition is the first official caucus within the U.S.
Last week, the Blue Dog Coalition released A Strong Rural America, an agenda that outlines the path to prosperity and restoring the American Dream in rural communities across the country.
Today, the Blue Dog Coalition released A Strong Rural America, an agenda that outlines the path to prosperity and restoring the American Dream in rural communities across the country.
Today, the co-chairs of the fiscally-responsible, Democratic Blue Dog Coalition—Reps. Jim Costa (D-CA), Henry Cuellar (D-TX), and Daniel Lipinski (D-IL)—released the following statement in response the release of Rep. Kevin Brady’s (R-TX) listening session framework, “Tax Reform 2.0”:
Yesterday, several members of the Blue Dog Special Task Force on Rural America were named as conferees for the 2018 Farm Bill Conference Committee, where Republican and Democratic members will come together in an effort to develop a bipartisan Farm Bill.
Yesterday, the Blue Dog Coalition’s Special Task Force on Rural America held its third panel discussion on rural issues.
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Just how powerful is the special “Super Committee” that Congress created to recommend long-term deficit reduction? A task force of prominent budget experts concluded on Wednesday that the 12-member bicameral panel has far more power than many realize, and could work well past a November deadline in pursuit of a “grand bargain” of entitlement and tax reforms.
Add the centrist Blue Dog Democrat coalition to the list of groups pushing the deficit reduction “supercommittee” to expand its ambitions and find much more than $1.5 trillion in budget savings.
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