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

December 23, 2014 Gazette opinion: Governing after the fact leaves U.S. behind | Billings Gazette
December 22, 2014 Brawner: Congress: Better, sort of |
December 22, 2014 Sometimes, it's good to be Blue (Cross Blue Shield) | Modern Healthcare
December 22, 2014 Watchdog group asks: How are you going to pay for that? | Star Tribune
December 22, 2014 Millennial Perspective: Our Failing Infrastructure and the Highway Trust Fund | National Priorities Project
December 21, 2014 This Is Exactly How the Government Is Spending Your Money | NBC Nightly News
December 18, 2014 Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget Calls Delaney Infrastructure Plan “Fiscally-Responsible” and “Worthy of Consideration” | The Real Estate Rama
December 13, 2014 Spending bill surprises bog down Congress | The Courier-Journal
December 12, 2014 Where corporate tax reform will go next year | Market Watch
December 12, 2014 Federal budget deal for 2015: What's in it for you? | The Christian Science Monitor
December 12, 2014 House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health Hearing | Insurance News Net
December 12, 2014 How to Sound Smart About the 2015 Appropriations Bill | Vox
December 12, 2014 Did Jamie Dimon Lobby for Cromnibus Votes? | MSNBC
December 12, 2014 NASA’s Chief Scientist: The Future of Space Exploration Is International Partnerships | Slate
December 11, 2014 Maya MacGuineas: How to Improve the Tax Extenders Bill? Start by Paying for It. | The Wall Street Journal
December 11, 2014 Hal Rogers Falsely Claims Omnibus Doesn't Break Budget Caps in Congressional Testimony | Breitbart
December 11, 2014 Capital Journal Daybreak: Democrats Balk Over Dodd-Frank Push in Spending Bill | McCain vs. Paul: The War Over War | The Wall Street Journal
December 10, 2014 Who’s Schooling Rick Perry on Policy Issues in Preparation for 2016? | The Washington Post
December 10, 2014 Van Hollen: Dynamic Scoring 'Important to Consider,' but Not Alone | Politico Pro
December 10, 2014 Why Does Congress Pay For Some Tax Cuts and Not Others? | Forbes