- It’s a simple concept: if members of Congress can’t make budgetary and spending decisions on time, they should not be paid.
- Washington is starting to take note. On March 14, No Budget, No Pay had a hearing in the Senate. Already, the legislation has 52 congressional co-sponsors.
- That’s a solid start for the bill -- but we need even more support to make this great idea a great law. That’s why we need you to ask your lawmakers if they are standing with the 88 percent of Americans who support No Budget, No Pay.
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