Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget did and now they're looking at all the standing proposal that he made and then the tax increases that she's proposing and yet the caller sure that tax increases on the wealthy and made found that spending was a total of 1.4 5 trillion after 10 years offset partially with 1.2 trillion over 10 years and new tax revenue that to come up short that that increases the debt by 250 billion dollars over 10 years.
Maya MacGuineas, president of the non-profit, non-partisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, praised the bill for avoiding benefit cuts through a "thoughtful mix of new revenue, progressive benefit changes, and increases in retirement age" and said it should appeal to both parties.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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
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.