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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December 02, 2009 Deficit hawks for Obey's war surtax | The Washington Post
December 02, 2009 Cost of Afghan war explodes with new strategy | USA Today
December 02, 2009 Debt burden is weighing heavily on lawmakers | McClatchy Newspapers
December 01, 2009 Democrats push new $100 billion in jobless benefits... | Chicago Tribune
December 01, 2009 "Commentary"-The Cost of Arguing Over Money | PBS Nightly Business Report
December 01, 2009 New $100 billion safety net for jobless in works | The Associated Press
December 01, 2009 GM's Ed Whitacre Takes Over | PBS Nightly Business Report Video
November 30, 2009 Rising debt could derail Congress on just about everything | McClatchy Newspapers
November 30, 2009 CBS Evening News | CBS News
November 30, 2009 Washington Unplugged | CBS News
November 30, 2009 Cost control big question in Senate health bill | San Francisco Chronicle
November 25, 2009 Billions in New Taxes Under Obamacare Before Changes Kick In | McClatchy Newspapers
November 25, 2009 Health care bills would raise taxes well before changes roll out | The Miami Herald
November 25, 2009 Neither Senate or House health care plan fiscally responsible | Rochester Post-Bulletin
November 25, 2009 Experts: Health care bills do nothing to lower costs | McClatchy Newspapers
November 24, 2009 Fact Check: Health Care Reform Claims | CBS Evening News
November 24, 2009 Top four differences of Senate and House healthcare reforms bills | Christian Science Monitor
November 22, 2009 A budget-buster in the making | The Washington Post
November 20, 2009 Three gimmicks that make Senate healthcare bill look better | The Christian Science Monitor
November 20, 2009 'Bipartisan' Purple Dogs Go Rogue with 'Task Force' | New America Media
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