The Federal Government Has Grown Too Large
Instead of deferring most issues to state legislatures and the people themselves—as required by the U.S. Constitution—the federal government has only continued to expand its influence and power, affecting Americans’ lives daily.
Through a perpetual cycle of runaway spending, crushing taxation, and an ever-growing bureaucracy, the federal government has managed to amass a more than $30 trillion national debt.
FGA has the solutions that can help policymakers restore the balance of power.
3 Simple Steps to Fast-Track the American Comeback
The Obama legacy supersized the welfare state, undermined American self-reliance, stifled economic growth, and encouraged government dependency. Nowhere is this legacy clearer than in food stamps. The number of people dependent on food stamps hit more than 44 million in 2016. There are now more people on food stamps than the entire population of Canada. […]READ MORE
FGA Releases Research that Shows How States Can Remove Barriers for Entrepreneurship
Today, the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) released research that shows how Florida lawmakers removed barriers to work and encouraged new business creation in the Sunshine State, ultimately leading to greater economic success and less government dependency.READ MORE
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