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Fight D.C.’s Teen-Crime Wave with Teen Work

A mandatory curfew. That’s the newest way in which Washington, D.C., is attempting to solve a troubling rise in crime, especially crime committed by teenagers. Since September 1, teenagers under 17 years old have been banned from leaving their homes between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. in seven neighborhoods. Yet instead of essentially locking teens […] Read more...

  • Empowering Teenagers Through the Power of Work
Los Gatos, CA - Aug 22, 2023: Northern California local members of SAG-AFTRA strike in solidarity with the Writers Guild of America in front of the Netflix building on Winchester Blvd.

Hollywood Horror: U.S. Taxpayers Could Fund Striking Actors, Writers

Congress needs to call 'Cut!' on this horror show where CA's leaders plan to give unemployment payments to still-employed Hollywood actors. Read more...

  • Welfare Reform

‘Work Over Welfare’ Will Keep Idaho Economy Strong

Idaho's political climate works. It is defined by work over welfare, individual opportunity over government dependency. Read more...

  • Welfare Reform

End Biden’s Food-Stamp Expansion

Republicans have a golden opportunity to create jobs, control inflation and cut spending—all by fixing one broken welfare program. Read more...

  • Welfare Reform

The Mainstream Media’s Medicaid Lies

Media and the Democratic Party seem to push for more on welfare, inaccurately portraying only helpless families being affected by Medicaid changes. Read more...

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Democratic Governors Keep Blocking Good-Government Reforms

Republican legislatures are passing basic good-government reforms, only for Democratic governors to block them from becoming law. Read more...

  • Limited Government

‘Bidenomics’ and the Land of Make-Believe

Biden's entire reelection campaign could come down to one thing: whether or not America believes the story he’s telling about the economy. Read more...

  • Limited Government

Close Big-Government Loopholes To Stop Waste and Fraud. Here’s How …

In 1996, President Bill Clinton declared that “the era of big government is over.” That same year, then-Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) recalled being “pilloried” by his fellow Democrats for “suggesting that there be a mandatory work requirement for anyone receiving welfare.” How things change. Read more...

  • Limited Government
Joe Biden

Biden Would Deny Me Health Insurance

This month President Biden announced a regulation that will severely limit the duration of short-term health insurance plans. Read more...

  • Giving Consumers More Options for Health Coverage
At FGA, we don’t just talk about changing policy—we make it happen.

By partnering with FGA through a gift, you can create more policy change that returns America to a country where entrepreneurship thrives, personal responsibility is rewarded, and paychecks replace welfare checks.