The Craig Fahle Show

"No Labels" Co-founder Jonathan Miller

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

The bipartisan No Budget, No Pay is scheduled to receive a hearing before Sen. Levin and his colleagues on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on March 14. The basic premise of the No Budget, No Pay Act is that if members of Congress can't get their jobs done on time, then like the rest of us, they shouldn't be paid. It's been over 1,000 days since Congress last passed a budget and Congressional approval ratings are lower than they have ever been.

Craig welcomes former State Treasurer for Kentucky and co-founder of No Labels Jonathan Miller to the show to explore the concept of Congress working not only for, but like their constituents - with answers driven by results. No Labels is a citizen-based, bipartisan movement dedicated to making American government work again.

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