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Is That All There Is? The Bush Economic Record From the Perspective of Working Families
November 3, 2006

Unemployment Falls, but Job Growth Modest in October
November 3, 2006

Bush Administration Increasingly Relies on China and OPEC to Finance U.S. Debt
November 2, 2006

Economy Slows Further in the Third Quarter
October 27, 2006

Consumer Price Index Falls in September
October 18, 2006

Trade Deficit Hits Record High in August
October 12, 2006

Senator Jack Reed's Statement on the Fiscal Year 2006 Budget Deficit
October 11, 2006

Job Growth Slows Sharply in September
October 6, 2006

Job Growth Modest in August
September 1, 2006

Real Income is Lower, Millions More People Live in Poverty and Lack Health Insurance Under Bush Administration, Despite 2005 Income Gains
August 29, 2006

The Fed Pauses, Economic Growth has Moderated
August 8, 2006

Job Growth Remains Sluggish and Unemployment Rate Rises
August 4, 2006

Economey Slows Sharply in the Second Quarter while Inflation Continues to Erode Workers' Pay
July 28, 2006

Administration’s Economic Policies Fall Short of Claims, Report Shows
July 24, 2006

Payrolls Expand in June, but Job Growth Has Lost Steam
July 7, 2006

Senator Jack Reed's Floor Statement on the nomination of Henry Paulson
June 16, 2006

U.S. Current Account Deficit Narrows in First Quarter, but Remains Near Record Levels
June 16, 2006

Economy Posts Disappointing Job Gains in May
June 2, 2006

First Quarter Growth Spurt Revised Upward; Profits Soar, but Wages Lag Behind
May 25, 2006

Senator Jack Reed's Floor Statement on the Tax Reconciliation Conference Report
May 11, 2006

Payrolls Growth Slows in April
May 5, 2006

Trustees' Report Again Shows No Social Security Crisis but Challenges for Medicare
May 1, 2006

GDP Rebounds, but Gains Not Going to Workers
April 28, 2006

Gender Pay Gap Persists: April 25th Marks Day When Women's Pay Catches Up with Men's Previous Year's Pay
April 25, 2006

Payrolls Expand in March
April 7, 2006

President's Health Insurance Proposals Benefit Healthy and Wealthy, Undermine Employer-Sponsored Coverage
April 5, 2006

2005 Current-Account Deficit Is Largest on Record
March 14, 2006

President's FY 2007 Budget Increases Deficits, Overwhelmingly Benefits High-Income Families
March 14, 2006

71 Senators, Members of Congress Ask Bush to Maintain Survey for Evaluating Living Standards and Government Programs [View Letter to President Bush]
March 10, 2006

Payrolls Expand in February
March 10, 2006

Senator Jack Reed's Statement on the 2006 Economic Report of the President
February 13, 2006

Payrolls Expand in January
February 3, 2006

Economy Loses Steam in 4th Quarter of 2005
January 27, 2006

In State of the Union Address, President Should Explain Why So Many Ordinary American Families Feel Left Behind in the Bush Economy
January 26, 2006

Earnings Inequality Grows During Bush Administration
January 19, 2006

Wages Fail to Keep Up with Inflation in 2005
January 18, 2006

Senator Jack Reed's Statement Responding to President Bush's Remarks on the Economy
January 6, 2006

Payrolls Expand in December, but Job Growth Lags under Bush
January 6, 2006

Association Health Plans are the Wrong Medicine for Small Businesses and do not Help the Uninsured
December 20, 2005

Working Families Still Being Left Behind by Bush Administration Economic Policies, Finds Annual Report by JEC Democrats
December 19, 2005

Statement by Sen. Jack Reed Responding to Bush Administration's Year-End Economic Briefing
December 14, 2005

Budget Reconciliation Bills Overwhelmingly Benefit High-Income Families and Increase Deficit
December 7, 2005

Payrolls Expand in November, but hidden Unemployment Persists
December 2, 2005

Labor Market Flat in October
October 7, 2005

Senator Jack Reed's Statement on the Nomination of Ben S. Bernanke as Federal Reserve Chairman
October 24, 2005

Increases in Medicare Premiums and Home Heating Costs Will Consume Much of the Social Security COLA in 2006
October 14, 2005

September Payrolls Fall Due to Katrina
October 7, 2005

Job Growth Continued in August, but Katrina Adds New Uncertainty
September 2, 2005

Poverty Rate Higher, Real Income Lower, and Six Million More Lack Health Insurance During the Bush Administration's First Term
August 30, 2005

Job Growth Stronger in July, but Sluggish Wages and Hidden Unemployment Remain Concerns
August 5, 2005

GDP Slows and Real Wages Remain Flat; Recovery has Been Weaker than Previously Thought
July 29, 2005

Statement by Senator Jack Reed on FY 2006 OMB Mid-Session Review
July 13, 2005

Job Growth Weaker than Expected in June
July 8, 2005

Senator Jack Reed's Floor Statement on Progressive Price Indexing
Floor Charts

June 29, 2005

Economy Posts Disappointing Job Gains
June 3, 2005

Welfare Reauthorization Bills Fail to Cover the Costs of Sustaining Current Policy
June 1, 2005

40-to 50-Year-Olds Would See Cuts in Social Security Benefits Under Private Accounts and Price Indexing
May 25, 2005

President's Social Security Benefit Cuts Would Hurt Middle-Income Workers the Most
May 19, 2005

Economy Posts Healthy Job Gains, but Wages Are Not Keeping Up With Inflation
May 6, 2005

Higher Consumer Prices Taking Their Toll on Workers' Earnings
April 20, 2005

Job Growth Falls Sharply in March
April 1, 2005

Social Security and Medicare Solvency Little Changed; Trustees Say Medicare Problem "Much More Severe"
March 23, 2005

January Trade Deficit is Second Largest on Record
March 11, 2005

Economy Posts Just Fifth Month of Healthy Job Gains in Four Years
March 4, 2005

President's Economic Report Ignores Social Security Fix, Other Major Economic Issues
February 17, 2005

Trade Deficit Hits Record High in 2004
February 10, 2005

Senator Reed Responds to President Bush's Social Security Remarks at the Detroit Economic Club
February 8, 2005

President Bush Ends First Term with Weakest Job Growth Since Hoover
February 4, 2005

Senator Reed's Statement Responding to President Bush's Comments on Social Security
January 26, 2005

Wages Fail to Keep Up with Inflation in 2004
January 19, 2005

2004 Job Growth Falls Far Short of Administration Forecast; Low Bar Set for 2005 Payroll Gains
January 7, 2005

108th Congress Releases Archive

107th Congress Releases Archive