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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October 29, 2009 House Democrats Unveil Health Care Bill | CQ Budget Tracker
October 26, 2009 'Doc-fix' battle shows problem with health reform gimmicks | Dallas Morning News
October 26, 2009 What's So Bad About a $1.4 Trillion Deficit? | Politics Daily
October 24, 2009 Hill Sees Red As Spending Continues | National Journal Magazine
October 22, 2009 Party Polarization Menaces Efforts To Control Debt | Roll Call
October 22, 2009 Checks for Seniors Face Opposition | The Wall Street Journal
October 21, 2009 Democrats lose vote to stop steep physician payment cuts | CNN
October 21, 2009 Young Professional Leaders To Discuss America's Unsustainable Fiscal Path | PR Newswire
October 21, 2009 Hoyer Sees Estate Tax, Doctor-Pay Bills As Possible Paths for PAYGO Law | CQ Budget Tracker
October 21, 2009 Like it or not, here comes more stimulus |
October 20, 2009 Democrats push to reverse Medicare payment cuts to doctors | CNN
October 20, 2009 Who will rein in healthcare costs? Don’t look to Congress. | The Christian Science Monitor
October 20, 2009 Health care: The "doc fix" should make us nervous, very nervous | Dallas Morning News
October 20, 2009 Key Democrats push to reverse steep physician payment cuts | CNN
October 20, 2009 Dems Mull Hike In Doctor Fees — And Deficit | Investor's Business Daily
October 20, 2009 Budget tricks rife in health reform effort | The Washington Times
October 19, 2009 Democrats and Republicans Support $250 Senior Stimulus | U.S.News & World Report
October 19, 2009 Bernanke's warning should get Washington's attention on Social Security | Dallas Morning News
October 19, 2009 Endgame | Matthew Yglesias
October 19, 2009 Health reform's hidden cost bomb | Philadelphia Daily News
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