U.S. Budget Watch is a historical project of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, which provided analysis around the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns. This site is not regularly updated.


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

October 25, 2012 80 CEOs To Obama and Romney: Spending Cuts and Tax Hikes Unavoidable To Fix Deficit | Forbes
October 25, 2012 CEOs: Taxes have to be part of debt plan | CNNMoney
October 25, 2012 CEOs' self-serving deficit manifesto | Reuters
October 25, 2012 CEOs Expand Ranks of Support for U.S. Budget Deficit Cut | Bloomberg
October 25, 2012 Executives Tout Plan to Reduce Deficit | The Wall Street Journal
October 25, 2012 For Earnings, It's the Same Story | CNBC
October 25, 2012 Fix the debt? CEO fiscal-cliff letter falls short | MarketWatch
October 25, 2012 Campaign to Fix the Debt Launches Local Chapter in Washington State to Urge Lawmakers to Address Fiscal Cliff and Long-Term Debt | Sacramento Bee
October 25, 2012 U.S. CEOs Call for Action to Reduce Federal Deficit | Fox News
October 25, 2012 Still hopeful for a debt deal | Washington Post
October 25, 2012 Corporate Leaders Warn Congress Must Strike Deficit Deal Before End of Year | The Hill
October 25, 2012 Top US CEOs Demand Government Fix Deficit | AFP
October 25, 2012 Top CEOs Call For Tax Increases and Spending Cuts to Tackle US Debt | The Guardian
October 25, 2012 The Dirty Secret of Debt-Hating CEOs: They Need Big Deficits to Live | The Atlantic
October 25, 2012 AT&T CEO Stephenson Among CEOs Calling for Tax Increases to Reduce Federal Debt | Dallas Morning News
October 25, 2012 Express Scripts CEO Signs 'Fix the Debt' Letter | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
October 25, 2012 Cut Spending, Raise Taxes, CEOs Tell Congress | The Boston Globe
October 25, 2012 CEOs Pressure Congress to Make Debt Deal | The Fiscal Times
October 25, 2012 Fix the Debt, Yes--Enough is Enough | The Paris Post-Intelligencer
October 25, 2012 CEOs band together for $40 million campaign to urge action on deficit | The Hill
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