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.


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November 16, 2010 In Case You Missed It: Chamber of Commerce, Concord Coalition, Committee for a Responsible Budget and the Peterson Foundation Applaud Bipartisan Policy Center Debt Reduction Plan | CNBC
November 16, 2010 Red ink galore: A look back at FY2010 | Federal News Radio
November 15, 2010 Local lawmakers: Return unspent stimulus funds | The Desert Sun
November 15, 2010 With New Session of Congress Underway, Veteran Rangel Found Guilty | PBS NewsHour
November 14, 2010 Stop whining about Bowles-Simpson. Let's make it better | CNN Money
November 14, 2010 Names You Need To Know in 2011: Tax Expenditures | Forbes
November 14, 2010 How I Fixed the Budget | The Atlantic
November 13, 2010 Put Off Retirement | New York Times
November 13, 2010 The Debt Commission's Free Ride for Boomers | Bloomberg Business Week
November 12, 2010 O.K., You Fix the Budget | New York Times
November 11, 2010 The Friday Podcast: In Search Of The Social Security Trust Funds | NPR
November 11, 2010 FACTSHEET: Reducing the national debt | Politifact
November 10, 2010 Deficit panel targets Social Security and taxes | NewsDaily
November 10, 2010 Draft deficit plan launches likely grueling political battle | CNN
November 10, 2010 Opinion: Finally, Good News on the National Debt | AOL News
November 10, 2010 Deficit Panel Proposes $200B in Spending Cuts | CNBC
November 10, 2010 Cut, Baby, Cut | CNBC Squawk Box
November 10, 2010 Deficit panel leaders propose curbs on Social Security, major cuts in spending, tax breaks | Washington Post
November 10, 2010 Deficit Plan Matches $3.8 Trillion Math With Tough Politics | Bloomberg
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