CRFB Releases and Events

Support for the Campaign to Fix the Debt

With the roll out of the Campaign to Fix the Debt on Tuesday, there has been plenty of statements of support, as our newest release shows. Some of these statments have come from the co-founders, co-chairs, and Steering Committee members of the Campaign, but there are also plenty of supporters outside the campaign.

Fix the Debt Event Recap

Yesterday, the Campaign to Fix the Debt officially launched with a press conference at that National Press Club. The Campaign is intended to drum up support from people across the country for a bipartisan fiscal plan that prevents the exponential rise in debt that is projected to happen. It will also provide resources and ideas for lawmakers who want to be a part of this solution.

The Launch of the Campaign to Fix the Debt

Update: C-SPAN has uploaded a video of the event. You can view it here.

Today, CRFB is helping to launch the Campaign to Fix the Debt at the National Press Club.

CRFB Dives Deeper Into the Fiscal Cliff

After the report we released in March, the topic of the fiscal cliff has risen in prominence as CBO and others have attempted to estimate the size of the cliff. In addition, uncertainty over how it will be handled has started to make many different sectors of the economy anxious.

Introducing CRFB's Latest Long Term Realistic Baseline

With the release of CBO's Long-Term Budget Outlook last week, CRFB has updated the Realistic Baseline to incorporate elements of CBO's long-term budget and economic projections.

CRFB Comments on the CBO Outlook

CRFB's newest paper dives into the set of projections underlying CBO's Long Term Budget Outlook. The report shows two very divergent paths for the budget over the long-term, both of which would present formidable challenges for the U.S. economy for very different reasons.

Dynamic Scoring Explained

What is dynamic scoring? How are legislative proposals currently scored? CRFB's latest policy paper details the process and methods that the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) use to estimate the budget impact of legislation and the pros and cons of supplementing that process with "dynamic scoring."

CRFB’s Simulator: A Tool for Fixing the Budget

To hear the news coming out of Washington, finding the route to fiscal stability can be pretty hopeless as our leaders all steer in different directions. If only we had a GPS! Well, maybe we do.

CRFB Breaks Down the Social Security Trustees Report

With the release of Trustees reports on Social Security and Medicare, CRFB has released its analysis of the Social Security report, breaking down the sources of deterioration in the projection and what it means for the program.

Next Stop on the National Debt Tour: Roanoke, Virginia

Today, the National Debt Tour -- a nationwide discussion with policymakers, fiscal experts and business leaders pushing for a major deficit reduction solution in 2012 -- hits Roanoke, Virginia.

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