Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

Media Coverage

Jul 11, 2016|Managed Care

Clinton’s ‘Medicare for More’ Not Such an Easy Cure

The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget has analyzed how each candidate’s plans would impact the federal budget, but this “Medicare for more” idea throws a curveball into its calculations.

Jul 11, 2016|LTE, Daily Item

Republicans show they are in misery

According to the non-partisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, Trump’s proposals would swell the national debt by $11.5 trillion over 10 years. By the way, on the subject of taxes, why won’t he release his tax returns?

Jul 10, 2016|USA Today

Gingrich should just say no to Trump: Column

Trump’s tax and budget plans, by comparison, would add $10 trillion to the federal debt over the next decade, according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget .

Jul 10, 2016|The Daily Beast

Hillary Clinton Will Win, but She Doesn’t Deserve To

As the Committee For A Responsible Federal Budget notes, her unwillingness to reduce spending, reform entitlements, and attack the national debt virtually guarantees weak economic growth for decades.

Jul 8, 2016|The New York Times

Long Lines at Airports? You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

According to the nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, the remainder either wasn’t paid for at all ($56 billion) or was offset with phony cuts ($20 billion), like changing pension accounting to front-load corporate taxes.

Jul 8, 2016|The Hill

We need a fiscal state of the nation

Today, the United States has a national debt that is over $19 trillion – doubling since 2005 – and according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, our nation’s annual deficits will triple by the year 2026.

Jul 8, 2016|The Ripon Advance

Renacci, Bucshon lead initiative to provide better picture of nation’s fiscal health

The national debt currently exceeds $19 trillion, and the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CFRB) has warned that the nation’s annual deficits will triple by 2026.

Jul 7, 2016|Cleveland Plain Dealer

U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci introduces bill to put national debt in plain sight

His proposal is backed by Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, which estimates the yearly budget deficits will triple by the year 2026, if nothing is done.

Jul 7, 2016|Leavenworth Times

What would a Hillary presidency look like?

According to a CBS report, the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget used the candidates’ policy proposals to project that the federal deficit with Hillary Clinton as president would be 87 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) compared to the Congressional Budget Office’s 10-year projection of 86 percent based on policy currently in place.

Jul 7, 2016|Investing.com

When Politicians Prowl, Market Agents Should Worry

For discussion in depth, please see Maya MacGuineas’ article on taxes and budget, “Appropriations Watch” on July 1, 2016. In addition, we published a commentary on MacGuineas’ work.

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