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.

April 14, 2015 Congress Votes Raise for Doctors in U.S. Medicare Payments | Bloomberg Politics
April 14, 2015 McConnell’s Priorities: Balance Budget, Then Increase Deficits In Separate Bill | The Daily Caller
April 14, 2015 Ahead of Senate vote, Ted Cruz & Co. stand athwart bipartisan ‘doc fix’ | The Washington Post
April 14, 2015 Chris Christie unveils national entitlement reform plan | CBS News
April 14, 2015 Chris Christie’s entitlement cuts make sense: Analyst | CNBC
April 14, 2015 Christie Calls For Social Security Cuts | The Wall Street Journal
April 14, 2015 Christie: Cut entitlements for rich, hike retirement age | WHAS 11
April 14, 2015 Christie wants means testing for Social Security | NBC News
April 13, 2015 A Bill That Actually Reforms Medicare | National Review
April 13, 2015 GOP plays monkey games with ‘CHIMP’ budget savings | POLITICO
April 13, 2015 Editorial: Ignoring reality on Social Security benefits | The Chicago Tribune
April 10, 2015 America Has a Social Security Problem Which Democrats Seem to Ignore | Capital Wired
April 09, 2015 Republicans work against deadline to pass budget; Obamacare hopes hang in balance | The Washington Times
April 08, 2015 Conservatives Push for Fully Paid 'Doc Fix' Deal | CQ Roll Call
April 08, 2015 Paying For The Medicare Doc Fix Is Easy | Forbes
April 08, 2015 Conservatives push back against ‘doc fix,’ Want way to pay for reforms | The Washington Times
April 08, 2015 The wrong way to save for Americans' retirement | Macomb Daily Columns
April 07, 2015 Deficit Hawks Plot Senate Fight Over Medicare Reform Bill | National Journal
April 07, 2015 This is what Rand Paul actually wants to do as president | Vox
April 07, 2015 Analyzing the impact of the federal debt | The Florida Times-Union
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