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Budget, Deficit Reduction & Fiscal Reform

Reforms Include Legislation to Curb Member Pay During Shutdown, Remove Big Money from Politics through Campaign Finance Reform, Increase Transparency Around Presidential Inaugural Committee Fundraising
Budget, Deficit Reduction & Fiscal Reform
Rep. Schrader’s First Act of 116th: Introducing Good Government Reforms

In his first act of the 116th Congress, as we near the end of the second week of the government shutdown, Congressman Kurt Schrader (OR-05) today reintroduced a series of government reform bills to in...

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H.R.6238
Budget, Deficit Reduction & Fiscal Reform
Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act of 2018

The bipartisan Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act of 2018 would secure the rights of public employees to organize, act concertedly, and bargain collectively, which safeguard the public interest a...

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Budget, Deficit Reduction & Fiscal Reform, Veterans
Rep. Schrader Submits Amendments to NDAA to Protect Oregon Veterans, Eliminate Waste

Congressman Kurt Schrader (OR-05) submitted four amendments for consideration to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to protect our veterans, increase transparency, and eliminate government ...

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Budget, Deficit Reduction & Fiscal Reform
Rep. Schrader Slams Republicans for Deficit Hypocrisy

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Kurt Schrader (D-OR-05) released the following statement after voting today against the Republican’s hypocritical balanced budget amendment: “Well, after today, I suppos...

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Oregon First, Budget, Deficit Reduction & Fiscal Reform
Rep. Schrader Donates Paycheck from 2018 Government Shutdowns

Congressman Kurt Schrader donated his combined paycheck from the two government shutdowns this year to the Oregon Service Member Relief Fund (OSMRF) this week. The federal government shut down twice i...

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Budget, Deficit Reduction & Fiscal Reform
Rep. Schrader Votes Against Deficit Inflating Two-Year Budget

Congressman Schrader voted early today against the two-year budget deal that is slated to add over $500 billion more to the deficit, and an estimated $1.2 trillion over the next 10 years. The bill doe...

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