Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

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Jul 29, 2016|Bloomberg Politics

Fact Check: Hillary Clinton's Speech Accepting Democratic Nomination

That's close, but not quite accurate, according to an analysis by the nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. It found that over a decade, Clinton's tax proposals would raise about $1.2 trillion in new revenue, while her major spending proposals would cost almost $1.5 trillion.

Jul 29, 2016|FactCheck.org

FactChecking Clinton’s Big Speech

But Clinton’s proposals would increase the debt by $250 billion over 10 years, according to a June 27 report from the nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.

Jul 29, 2016|South Florida Caribbean News

Hillary Clinton Shares Vision to Make America Stronger Together

Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget: Trump’s health care plan “would cause almost 21 million people to lose their insurance coverage…this would almost double the number of Americans without health insurance.”

Jul 28, 2016|Moody's Analytics/Mark Zandi

Clinton economic analysis

With regard to government spending, we
adopt many but not all of the assumptions
made by the Committee for a Responsible
Federal Budget
Jul 28, 2016|Reuters

Trump Inc rapidly turning from virtue to vice

He also pitched slashing taxes, moves the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget estimates would add $11.5 trillion to an already engorged national debt.

Jul 28, 2016|Morning Consult

Expanded Tax Would Pay for Clinton’s Expanded Health, Higher Ed Policies, Analysis Says

The analysis by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget says Clinton’s latest health care proposals are unlikely to greatly change the group’s prior estimate that her policies would add about $250 billion to current law debt levels by 2026.

Jul 28, 2016|Arizona Republic op-ed

Democrats unite on a terrible agenda

The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget estimates that Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has proposed $1.45 trillion in additional spending over the next decade

Jul 28, 2016|Becker's Hospital CFO

Clinton proposes new tax to pay for healthcare, education

Hillary Clinton plans to offset the costs of her healthcare and education proposals with a 3.8 percent surtax on investment income and wages for high earners, her campaign told the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. 

Jul 28, 2016|WGMD-FM Radio

Clinton Spending

what Hillary improve it no in fact that special follow the panel provided by Obama a path that is wreaking havoc on the middle class but more likely show make things far worse nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Budget looked at policies offered by Clinton and concluded they would increase spending by more than one point sport trillion dollar that amount is spending would amount to a far larger amount of debt

Jul 28, 2016|Politico

Doing the math on Clinton's health plans

Clinton's latest health care proposals wouldn't add to the deficit. That's according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, which is out with new reports analyzing both candidates.


 

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