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Down to the Wire: Final Farm Bill and Budget Negotiations

Join us for a special update on what is at stake in final farm bill and budget decisions – and why the time to act is now. Read more

Toolkit: Medicaid Expansion

NETWORK invites all nuns, and we are all nuns, to form teams of activists for Medicaid expansion in your state. Read more

Legislative Update

Update on current issues in Congress Read more

Rep. Ryan’s Budget proposal approved by the House of Representatives

The Budget proposed by Rep. Paul Ryan (H.Con.Res. 12) passed the House on March 29 and is now being concretized in actions by the Appropriations Committee and the Ways and Means Committee. Read more

Super Committee Failure

Despite multiple deficit reduction proposals being tossed back and forth, the Super Committee was unable to agree on one plan to balance the government’s books. Read more

Our New Campaign: Be a SUPER CITIZEN!

Tell the SUPER COMMITTEE -- no cuts to programs that ensure essential services! AND we need policies that will close the huge and growing wealth gap in our country! Learn more AND  PRINT OUT AND DISTRIBUTE THIS CALL TO ACTION! Read more

Blast from the Past: The Reality of Tax Breaks

Oct 24, 2011 | By Eric Gibble

As those in Congress continue to debate solutions to stabilize our economy, we must be cognizant and reflective about past policies that have failed the American people.

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As Super Citizens, We’ll Be Watching Federal Budget Decisions

We cannot afford more devastating cuts to vital services. We know this, but we need to make sure our voices are heard loud and clear by the Super Committee. Read more

Super Committee Calendar

Key dates are approaching for the Super Committee. Read more

Blog: Stop Playing These Dangerous Games!

Sep 29, 2011 | By Marge Clark, BVM

For weeks, the House and the Senate have been at odds over a Continuing Resolution (CR) to keep the government running until Nov. 18, once FY 2011 ended. The Senate passed two versions of a CR; the first is until Tuesday, Oct. 4, the other until Nov. 18. Today, the House passed the version funding the government until Tuesday, Oct. 4. Read more

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