Congress Should Exclude Poison Pills, Legacy Riders from Spending Bills

For Immediate Release: Sept. 21, 2022 Contact: David Rosen, drosen@citizen.org WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congress should

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Citizens Speak Out: Congress Must Finish Appropriating

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ordinary citizens from across the country are calling on Congress to finish

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Groups Call on Congress to Finish Appropriating as Feb. 18 Funding Deadline Approaches

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Groups in the Clean Budget Coalition are calling on federal lawmakers to

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With the Annual Spending Process About to Start, Lawmakers Should Make It a Priority to Remove Legacy Poison Pills From Annual Spending Bills

For Immediate Release: May 27, 2021 Contact: David Rosen, drosen@citizen.org WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Clean

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Congress Should Remove Legacy Riders From FY 2021 Spending Bills

Legacy Riders Harm Women’s Health, Our Campaign Finance System, Endangered Species, Our Environment, Consumer Product

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Appropriators Must Not Backtrack on Removing Harmful Legacy Riders

Nov. 12, 2019 Contact: David Rosen, drosen@citizen.org, (202) 588-7742 Lisa Gilbert, lgilbert@citizen.org, (202) 454-5188 Tonight,

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79 Groups Call for a Clean Budget, Removal of Legacy Riders

For Immediate Release: Nov. 4, 2019 Contact: David Rosen, drosen@citizen.org, (202) 588-7742 WASHINGTON, D.C. –

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Appropriations Bills Should Exclude Legacy Riders That Harm the Public

For Immediate Release: Oct. 23, 2019 Contact: David Rosen, drosen@citizen.org, (202) 588-7742 Lisa Gilbert, lgilbert@citizen.org,

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Leahy, Clean Budget Leaders Call on Congress to Reject Poison Pills in December Spending Bills

U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), ranking member on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, and leaders from the Clean Budget Coalition are calling on Congress to reject partisan, poison pills attached to the December spending bills.

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Partisan Poison Pills Don’t Belong in December Appropriations Bills

A diverse array of groups in the Clean Budget Coalition sent a letter today urging members of Congress to remove all of the partisan, poison pill policy riders from the December appropriations bills.

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