VIDEO: Fix Congress with No Labels

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    "The idea for the “No Budget, No Pay” proposal was inspired by No Labels, a bipartisan group that has gained steam in Washington in recent years with its calls for compromise and reform. Bill Galston, one of its cofounders, said the proposal was designed to bring regular order back to the budget process by “making it more painful for members of Congress to evade” their duties as lawmakers."
  • September 27, 2012
    Kelsey McLaughlin
    In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, The Washington Post highlights No Labels' plan to Make Congress Work! and the USPS approaches another default.
  • November 30, 2011
     
    No Labels, a nonpartisan group that values compromise over principle, is betting it can harness enough pressure from voters to persuade Congress to follow its lead.

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