National Taxpayers Union Foundation Finds Zero Fiscally Responsible Legislators in Mass. DelegationNational Taxpayers Union Foundation Finds Zero Fiscally Responsible Legislators in Mass. Delegation

National Taxpayers Union Foundation Finds Zero Fiscally Responsible Legislators in Mass. Delegation

A National Taxpayers Union Foundation’s analysis of the 113th Congress found that there was not a single member of the Massachusetts Congressional delegation that proposed net spending cuts.  . The report provides a comprehensive overview of the net cost of all of the spending and savings bills sponsored or cosponsored by each member of Congress. The NTUF cross-index their database of cost estimates with each bill supported by each member to calculate their net spending agenda (excluding overlapping/duplicate measures).

 

There were no net budget cutters among Massachusetts’ delegation, spending agendas ranged from increases of $41 billion to over $1 trillion.

Details on the Massachusetts delegation can be found on the NTUF website at http://www.ntu.org/ntuf/bt-state/113-2/massachusetts.html .

 

 

Mass Highways Cost 5 Times National Average, Rank Low in QualityMass Highways Cost 5 Times National Average, Rank Low in Quality

Mass Highways Cost 5 Times National Average, Rank Low in Quality

Some interesting data.

Massachusetts administrative costs per mile of highway is $74,855. National average? $10,579.

We spend $675,312 per mile on our highways, second only to New Jersey.

National average? $160,202.

Despite spending 5 times the national average, this same report shows Mass. roads and bridges to be among the worst in the U.S.

And they wonder why we don’t want to give them more gas tax dollars.

 

http://reason.org/files/21st_annual_highway_report.pdf

 

December’s Great DebateDecember’s Great Debate

December’s Great Debate

Come join The Worcester Tea Party in welcoming Republican Candidate for Governor Mark Fisher, and United Independence Party Candidate for Governor Evan Falchuk to Worcester.

Mark and Evan will join us at The Canal Bar to discuss the future of grassroots campaigns in the Commonwealth and the role Tea Party organizers can play in the electoral process to create positive change.

Join like minded Patriots who share their love of Liberty.   Our guests will debate the hot policy questions from the governor’s race and share their vision for the future.

Everyone is warmly welcome.  Come with your neighbors, your friends, and your family.  Bring an open mind and an appetite. We will provide you an entertaining and informative evening at a great local restaurant!

Thursday, December 18    

7 :00  p.m.

The Canal 

65 Water Street

Worcester, MA

 

Come early to enjoy fine food and drink from The Canal’s menu!