Clean Budget Coalition Thanks Congress for Rejecting Poison Pill Riders

Dear Member of Congress, As a part of the Clean Budget Coalition, we, the undersigned

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Clean Budget Coalition Urges Congress to Oppose Poison Pill Riders in Minibus I

Dear Member of Congress, The Clean Budget Coalition, an alliance of over 260 labor, scientific,

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Clean Budget Coalition Opposes Inappropriate Riders and Rescissions

As a part of the Clean Budget Coalition, we, the undersigned organizations write to ask you to oppose any FY 2019 appropriations measures which include ideological poison pill policy riders.

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Letter: 149 Groups Urge Congress to Oppose Poison Pill Riders in the Omnibus

We, the undersigned organizations as a part of the Clean Budget Coalition, write to ask you to oppose any FY 2018 omnibus or other spending measure which includes ideological poison pill policy riders.

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192 Groups Call on U.S. House to Reject Appropriations Riders

Appropriations bills continue to be misused to undermine essential safeguards through poison pill “policy riders” – provisions that address extraneous and unpopular policy issues. Slipping unrelated and damaging issues into must-pass appropriations bills as a means to win approval is a dangerous strategy for the public.

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Letter: No Ideological Riders in the Minibus

Contentious poison pill riders are intended to advance the priorities of special interest donors and supporters. These riders have no business in the proposed “defense” minibus. In fact, this bill creates a new level of damaging riders by adding in a controversial rider to provide funding for a border wall that is unrelated to any of the four bills into the language.

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