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Report: Road conditions have worsened as many states prioritize expansion instead of repair

May 14, 2019 – Taxpayers for Common Sense joins with Transportation for America to release the latest version of Repair Priorities. This report reviews how different states have spent their transportation dollars. The report comes as the White House and congressional leaders continue discussing a $2 trillion infrastructure package that could exacerbate the problem. Previous […]

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Taxpayers for Common Sense: Federal Responses to Emergencies Shouldn’t be a Fiscal Disaster

March 22, 2019 – Record setting winter flooding in the Great Plains is the latest emergency to bring federal disaster policies to the forefront. Happening on the heels of a Presidential Budget Request with an unprecedented reliance on credibility stretching “emergency” spending to appear fiscally responsible, it begs an important question: How can the federal […]