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ARLINGTON, Va. – Concerned Veterans for America, Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce, and The LIBRE Initiative joined a coalition of groups Monday issuing a letter in support of companion resolutions, proposed by Senator David Perdue and Representative Andy Biggs, recognizing the national debt as a significant threat to our nation.
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In the letter, the groups write:
“The undersigned organizations urge Congress to pass the companion resolutions introduced by Senator David Perdue and Representative Andy Biggs, which accurately recognize the significant threat posed by America’s national debt. We encourage the administration, congressional leadership and members of both parties to unite to address this systemic threat to our economy and secure our nation’s future.”
“Our nation did not arrive at this fiscal crossroad overnight, or because of a single political party. There is shared responsibility and a shared opportunity, to stop finger pointing and can kicking, and cross political divides to tackle one of the most consequential issues of our time.
“We call on leaders in both parties to take that first step and then work toward responsible bipartisan fiscal reforms that set us on a path to financial security, protecting the promise of our country for the most vulnerable among us and for generations to come.
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