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Budget for Millennial America

Friday, May 20, 2011


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The Roosevelt Institute Campus Network’s Budget for a Millennial America is a rigorous plan that makes the essential investments in education, health care, infrastructure and green energy needed to ensure a robust 21st century economy, while reducing the federal debt to a sustainable level.  The plan reflects the views of a cross-section of some three thousand Millennials. It was created democratically through the Campus Network’s unique model of student engagement with members and nonmembers alike. The budget addresses the root causes, not just the symptoms, of the federal debt by ending Too Big to Fail and addressing rising health care costs. Its strengthens the social safety net by making it more responsive to crisis and recession through automatic stimulus and stronger worker retraining programs. The Budget for Millennial America is the only citizen-produced deficit reduction plan – by young, old or middle-aged –being given serious consideration in the public debate.

Overview | Budget | Videos | Press Release | Commentary

Click here for an overview of the Millennial Budget.

 

 Download the pdf by clicking here

 

 

Campus Network Director Hilary Doe defends the Budget for Millenial America on Fox Business' Stossel 

 

Zach Kolodin takes on Too Big to Fail

 

David Wessel interviews Zach Kolodin along with representatives of the Peterson funded Budget Proposals 

Hilary Doe outlines the Millennial Budget step by step

Check out the Press Release here

See what people are saying about the Budget for Millennial America:

Progressives Can Fight Budget Battles with a Home Field Advantage
Zachary Kolodin

Want to Reduce the Federal Debt?  End Too Big to Fail
Zachary Kolodin

Millennials Demand a Stronger, More Flexible Safety Net
Zachary Kolodin

If Millennials Ruled... the Budget
Caitlin Johnson, SparkAction

A Leaner, Meaner Defense Strategy Can Reduce the Deficit
Reese Neader

Millennials Solve Federal Budget Puzzle
Jill Schlesinger, Money Watch

A Call to Address Climate Change and Revitalize American Communities at the Same Time
Zach Kolodin

Debt Busters: Students Create Budget For A Millennial America
Katie Leavitt, MTV Act

Falling Behind (And the Millennials' Moment)
Michael Conrad, Progressive Blue

Federal Budget Mess:  Six ways to fix it
Mark Trumbull, The Christian Science Monitor

What Would a Millennial-Generation Budget Look Like?
Matthew Philips, Freakonomics

What If Gen Y Wrote the Federal Budget
Jessica Stillman, BNet

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