New York Times

Twenty-six House Democrats planned to attend a bipartisan event on Thursday morning with the group No Labels, calling for negotiations to start immediately, a challenge to the president and to Democratic leaders who say they will not negotiate until the government reopens and the debt ceiling is lifted.

DEAR CONGRESS: No Budget, No Pay. Sincerely, America. That's what our full-page ad in The New York Times says.

A11 is the one must-read page in today’s copy of The New York Times. That’s because our full-page ad on The No Budget, No Pay Act is there, front and center.

That's what page our full-page ad in The New York Times is on. In it, we say: Duh! Make Congress sit together. Not on opposite sides of the aisle, but actually together.

No Labels is calling for bipartisan seating at the State of the Union in an ad appearing in The New York Times.

As you know, bipartisan seating is reform #10 of our Make Congress Work! action plan. It’s the reform that gets a “Duh” response from anyone who hears about it. As in, “Of course, they should sit together.

No Labels Calls for Bipartisan Seating at State of the Union in Ad in The New York Times

More Than A Dozen Members From Both Parties On Board To Sit With Members of Opposite Party

Today more than a dozen members of Congress from both sides of the aisle joined with No Labels to call for bipartisan seating at President Obama’s State of the Union address on Jan. 24. Members of Congress voluntarily sat together at last year's State...

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  • John Barrow
  • Mark Begich
  • Ami  Bera
  • Sanford Bishop
  • Diane Black
  • Bruce Braley
  • Julia Brownley
  • Larry Bucshon
  • Cheri Bustos
  • Tony Cardenas
  • Robert P. Casey, Jr.
  • Joaquin Castro
  • David  Cicilline
  • Mike Coffman
  • Paul Cook
  • Jim Cooper
  • Jim Costa
  • Rodney Davis
  • John Delaney
  • Jeff Denham
  • Charlie Dent
  • Sean Duffy
  • Elizabeth Esty

From the Blog

  • July 19, 2014
    No Labels
    Sen. Evan Bayh and former Congressman Tom McMillen speak with Yoav Fromer of Tel Aviv University about the crisis in the Middle East and Kevin Diaz of the Houston Chronicle about the border crisis.
  • July 12, 2014
    No Labels
    No Labels Executive Director Margaret Kimbrell and Bob Franken speak with Aaron David Miller, Vice President for New Initiatives and a Distinguished Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, about the crisis in the Middle East.

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