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.

December 15, 2015 The Big New Budget Deal, Explained | Vox
December 15, 2015 Spending Deal's Adjustments to Health Law Seen as Step to Permanent Change | Wall Street Journal
December 15, 2015 How You'll Benefit From the New Tax Deal | CNN Money
December 15, 2015 A Government Shutdown Has Very likely Been Avoided in 2015 | Washington Post
December 15, 2015 House Democrats Raise Concerns About $1.1 Trillion Spending Package | CBS News
December 15, 2015 Congress Ready to Pass Massive Spending Bill that Nobody Especially Likes | HuffPost
December 15, 2015 Would Emerging Tax Bill Help a Code Overhaul Later? Maybe | Wall Street Journal
December 15, 2015 Has Congress Already Forgotten About the Deficit? | The Atlantic
December 14, 2015 No Word on How to Pay for Tax Cuts | Albuquerque Journal
December 14, 2015 Chuck Slocum: Peter Peterson Should Be Better Known | Pioneer Press (MN)
December 14, 2015 The Elephant in the Room: Our Debt | Omaha World Herald (NE)
December 14, 2015 Congress Wants to Play Claus? Deliver on True Tax Code Reform Instead | Peoria Journal Star
December 14, 2015 Cover Cost of Extending Tax Breaks: Where We Stand (Paywall)
December 14, 2015 U.S. Lawmakers Still Wrestling Over Tax Extenders | CFO
December 14, 2015 Why Congress Wants Sweeter Tax Breaks for Special Interests | Fiscal Times
December 11, 2015 Obama Signs 5-Year Infrastructure Spending Bill | Wakey Wakey News
December 11, 2015 Clinton's Tax-credit Free-for-all is Going to Cost
December 11, 2015 Policy Disputes Snag Talks on U.S. Budget | Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette
December 11, 2015 Tax Extenders Deal Could Undermine the ACA | Real Clear Policy
December 09, 2015 Lawmakers Rush to Cram Pet projects Into Spending Deal Ahead of New Deadline | The New York Times
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