Blog Articles · Jul 17, 2019 · Budget and Spending, Defense and National Security

Conferees Should Drop NDAA Poison Pills

The House and Senate have now passed their FY2020 National Defense Authorization Acts, and Congress will soon establish a Conference Committee to help...

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Press Releases · May 1, 2019 · Defense and National Security, Education

Military Families to Congress: We Need Education Savings Accounts

Washington—Today, Heritage Action sent a letter to Chairman Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), Chairman Adam Smith (D-Wash.), Ranking Member Jack Reed (D-R.I.), and Ranking Member Mac...

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Press Releases · Dec 20, 2018 · Defense and National Security, Immigration

Statement on the Senate’s Short-Term Continuing Resolution

Washington—Heritage Action released the following statement from Executive Director Tim Chapman in reaction to the Senate’s short-term continuing resolution, which will fund the rest...

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Blog Articles · Nov 7, 2018 · Budget and Spending, Defense and National Security, Education, Healthcare, Immigration, Infrastructure, Social Issues, Taxes

Memo: Divided Government is an Opportunity to Forge Consensus Around 2020 Agenda

Democratic control of the House and Republican gains in the Senate could mean very little legislative progress for the next two years. This gridlock...

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Blog Articles · Oct 11, 2018 · Agriculture , Budget and Spending, Defense and National Security, Immigration, Regulation , Social Issues, Taxes, Welfare

Conservative Opportunities in the 2018 Lame Duck

What is a Lame Duck session of Congress? A Lame Duck session of Congress occurs after an election and before the start of a...

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Each year, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) distributes billions in taxpayer dollars to support the education of children for whom the federal government...

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