July 17, 2007. Today FPI released a new report and joined more than 30 children’s, hunger, religious, social service and other advocacy organizations in calling on Congress to stand with New York families. The groups urged the state’s representatives to resist pressure from the administration to cut funding for education, child care, worker training and similar programs. FPI’s report, an issue of Fiscal Policy Note$, takes a look at the struggle in Congress over domestic discretionary spending, and finds that the modest increases under consideration cannot be characterized as fiscally irresponsible, especially when compared to decisions currently being made on other parts of the budget. Press release , report.