News

The items below reflect recent articles that quote or feature CRFB staff and board members.

October 29, 2014 How a Republican Senate would try to shrink the government | Market Watch
October 28, 2014 Medicaid costs slow but not for the reason you might assume | Government Health IT
October 28, 2014 Campaign Interception: GOP Blasts Dems for Threatening Social Security | The Fiscal Times
October 27, 2014 GPHA: Medicare Spend Slowdown Shows Generics Are Crucial | Politico Pro
October 27, 2014 Election Nears, Republicans Go Soft On Social Security | The Daily Caller
October 27, 2014 GOP Senate would mean more clashes with Obama, little progress | McClatchy DC
October 24, 2014 GOP changes tune on cutting Social Security with elections on the line | The Washington Post
October 22, 2014 MacGuineas: Yes, the Deficit Is Smaller. But That Wasn’t the Main Problem. | The Wall Street Journal Think Tank
October 22, 2014 The $500 Billion Medicare Slowdown: A Story About Part D | Health Affairs Blog
October 22, 2014 You may want to thank George W. Bush — not Obamacare — for the remarkable Medicare cost slowdown | The Washington Post Wonkblog
October 17, 2014 Fiscal 2014 deficit falls to lowest level since 2008 | Fierce Government
October 14, 2014 Obama’s Sweet Spot May Sour as Deficit Seen Wider in 2016 | Bloomberg
October 08, 2014 Republicans Want to Apply “Fairy Dust” Math to the Federal Budget | Ring of Fire
October 07, 2014 Morning Tax | POLITICO
October 06, 2014 A Social Security ‘Fix’ That Falls Short | The Wall Street Journal Washington Wire
October 03, 2014 Goodbye and good riddance to fiscal year 2014 | West Virginia Metro News
October 02, 2014 HHS moving forward with risk corridor payments despite GAO's view | Modern Healthcare
October 01, 2014 A battle’s brewing within the GOP over whether to pursue tax reform | The Washington Post Wonkblog
October 01, 2014 7 Charts That Prove Obamacare Is Working | The New Republic
September 26, 2014 Preventing Inversions Would Save 0.5% Of US Corporate Tax Revenue | International Business Times