No Labels Urges Members of Super Committee to Put Patriotic Duty Over Partisan Point Scoring, Achieve Substantive Solution for the American People
Washington, D.C. – No Labels calls on the recently appointed members of the deficit committee to put everything on the table, cooperate across party lines and make the tough but necessary choices to put our nation on a sustainable fiscal path.
S&P Confirms What 82% of Public Already Knew: Washington Gridlock Has Failed America
Washington, D.C. – No Labels places the blame for today’s downgrade of America’s credit rating by Standard & Poor’s squarely on elected officials on both sides of the aisle who have been unwilling to compromise, put everything on the table and tackle the tough issues facing the nation.
Arizona Senator Agrees With No Labels, Appointed Members Of “Super” Committee Should Be Willing To Put “Everything on the Table”
Record of Bipartisan Compromise, Willingness to Stand Up for America and Tackle Tough Issues Essential to "Super" Committee's Ultimate Success
Washington, D.C. – No Labels calls on Congressional leaders to appoint members to the newly created “Super” Committee who are willing to put everything on the table, cooperate across party lines, and make the tough choices needed to achieve $1.5 trillion in deficit reduction by November 23.
No Labels Ad Running Tonight in Primetime on CNN in Washington Area Implores Leaders to Do Their Patriotic Duty by Putting America First and Politics Aside, Essential to Success of Potential Congressional “Super” Committee
Washington, D.C. – The bipartisan group No Labels expressed relief that Congressional leaders and the White House have reached an agreement to avert a default, while expressing outrage that our dysfunctional political system has brought us to the brink of defaulting on our obligations.
The Ad Implores Leaders to Do Their Patriotic Duty by Putting America First and Politics Aside, Will Begin Running Monday in the Washington Area
Washington, D.C. – Today, No Labels launched a campaign to ask lawmakers to rescind and reject all special interest pledges.
Former U.S. Comptroller David Walker appeared on a Morning Joe panel this morning with political analyst Lawrence O'Donnell and Grover Norquist of Americans For Tax Reform, whose group urges lawmakers to sign their "Taxpayer Protection Pledge."
Washington, D.C. -- Yesterday afternoon, over 150 members of No Labels from 35 states took to the Capitol to demonstrate against hyper-partisanship and in support of a bipartisan solution to our debt crisis.