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BPC President Jason Grumet on the Passing of Senator Pete V. Domenici

Press Release / Press Release September 13, 2017

Bipartisan Policy Center President Jason Grumet issued the following statement on news of the passing of former BPC senior fellow and former U.S. Senator Pete V. Domenici.

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BPC Remembers Senator Pete V. Domenici

Press Release / Press Release September 13, 2017

With deep sadness, the Bipartisan Policy Center mourns the passing of our friend and former colleague, Senator Pete Domenici.

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Domenici and Rivlin: Congressional Budget Process Is Broken

Economy / News July 24, 2015

In nearly half of the past two decades, Congress failed to pass a budget agreement — the essential step in following its own rules for budget decision-making.

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Former budget leaders push Congress to revamp process

Economy / News July 20, 2015

Two former leaders in the congressional budget process are laying out their recommendations for reforming a process that say “urgently needs repair.”

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5 of 10 lawmakers who talked most about budgets no longer in Congress

Economy / News February 2, 2015

President Obama’s budget may allow relatively new lawmakers their first crack at working seriously on a budget.

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McConnell pressed to repeal ObamaCare with budget move

Economy / News November 10, 2014

Conservatives in Washington are adamant that Senate Republicans should pass a full repeal of the healthcare law next year, even if it means a certain veto from President Obama. With Senate Democrats likely to filibuster any stand-alone repeal bill, conservatives…

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Pete Domenici: Energy diversification = freedom

Energy / News August 18, 2014

America has been handed a great gift, the gift of technological breakthroughs like horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing for oils and natural gas. This gift, if we handle it properly, has the potential not only to free our nation from…

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Pete Domenici: The silent transportation revolution

Energy / News August 8, 2014

While electric vehicles have captured news headlines, a second revolution has been quietly gaining traction in the U.S. transportation sector. Over the last five years, more than $450 million of private sector capital has been invested in natural gas fueling infrastructure.

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Domenici, Grumet: America’s energy fortunes depend on new infrastructure

Jason Grumet, Pete V. Domenici / News April 2, 2014

The United States is leading an unprecedented resurgence in North American energy production.

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Only a comprehensive plan will fix the debt

Antonio R. Villaraigosa / News November 25, 2013

The needless government shutdown and the almost-catastrophic default showdown should have taught our elected leaders in Washington some lessons. Among these is that what’s good for the goose isn’t always good for the gander: a handful of anti-government, Tea Party…

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