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Our Taxpayer Dollars: Going to Waste and Wealthy Corporations

By | Jaimie Woo
Tax & Budget Associate

 

Congress just passed a Farm Bill that will put taxpayers on the hook for another five years of billion-dollar handouts to huge, wealthy agribusinesses. Even the most modest reforms to trim subsidies were stripped out or watered down at the last second by the chairs of the House and Senate Agricultural Committees.

Student Loan Forgiveness: Available for Many, Used by Few

By | Ethan Senack
Higher Education Associate

More than 33 million Americans are eligible for student loan forgiveness, but only a tiny fraction to advantage of the program.

The People Strike Back

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On October 8, as the Supreme Court debated lifting the aggregate limit on campaign contributions, a growing democracy movement was out in full force in front of the Court and in cities across the country.

Webinar for State Officials on Spending Transparency

By | Phineas Baxandall
Senior Analyst for Tax & Budget Policy

U.S. PIRG Education Fund conducted a webinar with officials from 31 states on ways to improve online spending transparency.

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