News

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

December 16, 2013 Video: Maya MacGuineas: Budget deal falling short in tackling government's spending? | Fox Business
December 16, 2013 A mini bargain on federal budget is better than none | The Florida Times-Union
December 15, 2013 The Issue: Budget deal moves to Senate; new era of compromise? | United Press International
December 15, 2013 Robert Samuelson: The luxury of muddling through | The Washington Post
December 15, 2013 Unemployment Benefits End Right After Christmas. Here's What Happens Next. | National Journal
December 14, 2013 Maybe Democrats Didn't Do So Bad In The Budget Deal After All | Business Insider Australia
December 14, 2013 House budget bargain faces Senate filibuster; Republicans line up to oppose | The Washington Times
December 13, 2013 Video: Bipartisan Budget Agreement Is Progress: MacGuineas | Bloomberg TV
December 13, 2013 Congress, the White House, and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad 2013 | PBS NewsHour
December 13, 2013 How Paul Ryan Won the Budget War--in 1 Chart | The Atlantic
December 13, 2013 While budget deal avoids big issues, just both sides talking is a feat | McClatchy DC
December 12, 2013 Editorial: A flawed budget deal is better than no deal | The Washington Post
December 12, 2013 'Grand bargain' less likely next year: MacGuineas | Market Watch
December 12, 2013 Counterpoint: Maybe Republicans aren't winning on spending, after all | The Washington Post
December 11, 2013 Video: Maya MacGuineas discusses the budget deal on CNBC's Closing Bell | CNBC
December 11, 2013 Podcast: Maya MacGuineas on NPR's Morning Edition | NPR
December 11, 2013 Critics say congressional budget deal falls short | CBS News
December 11, 2013 No 'grand bargain' in budget deal: What does that mean for the economy? (+video) | The Christian Science Monitor
December 11, 2013 Budget deal shows G.O.P. holds the whip | The New Yorker
December 11, 2013 You Don't Get Everything You Want in Divided Government | National Review Online