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About No Labels:
No Labels is a national movement of Democrats, Republicans and independents dedicated to a new politics of
What is this new politics of problem solving exactly?
It’s about an attitude more than anything else.
It’s about a willingness to sit down with anyone – conservative, liberal or anyone in between – so long as they
are willing to work with you to find solutions. Either our leaders will work together or they will get nothing done.
No Labels has a unique view on the root causes of dysfunction in our government and the required solutions.
We need solutions to our most pressing problems now, and we need buy-in from both Democrats and
Republicans to find them.
We have just kicked off our most ambitious effort yet -- creating a National Strategic Agenda.
This agenda will create a new governing process for America to achieve four key national goals:
1) Create 25 million new jobs over the next 10 years
2) Secure Medicare and Social Security for another 75 years
3) Balance the federal budget by 2030
4) Make America energy secure by 2024
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