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 05, 2015 Clinton’s Health Care Plans Might Be Headed Nowhere | Government Executive
October 04, 2015 Assessing the economy as we start the fourth quarter | Fox News Sunday Morning Futures
October 04, 2015 There's a new, emerging threat to Obamacare — and it's coming from Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders | Business Insider
October 02, 2015 Why the Health Care ‘Cadillac Tax’ Is Really Under Fire | The Wall Street Journal
October 01, 2015 The Wrinkle in the GOP’s Obamacare Repeal Plan | National Journal
September 30, 2015 Budget Priorities Don’t Bode Well for Future | The Wall Street Journal
September 30, 2015 Hillary Clinton has made a major break with Obamacare | Business Insider
September 28, 2015 Trump unveils tax plan | NBC 26
September 28, 2015 Trump Gets Specific With Release of Highly Anticipated Tax Plan | NBC Nightly News
September 28, 2015 Trump tax plan riles the right | Reuters
September 28, 2015 Trump plan cuts corporate taxes, promises sweeping reform | Reuters
September 28, 2015 Trump’s tax plan long on ideas, short on details | McClatchey
September 28, 2015 Analyst: Shutdowns cost money | Orlando Sentinel
September 28, 2015 Maya MacGuineas Discusses New Tax Reform Plan from Donald Trump | C-SPAN Radio
September 27, 2015 THE INSIDERS: September 27th Edition Part 1 – Maya MacGuineas | WHO TV
September 23, 2015 Myth-Busting The Federal Budget In The 2016 Presidential Race | Wisconsin Public Radio
September 21, 2015 An Overdue Budget Reform: Prohibit Double-Counting of Medicare Savings | E 21
September 18, 2015 Social Security for all but the rich | CNN Money
September 18, 2015 How Would Jeb Bush’s Tax Plan Affect You? | The Wall Street Journal
September 17, 2015 Public should pressure presidential candidates to focus on debt |
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