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.

February 28, 2013 How to Fix Our Fiscal Mess: 'No Deal, No Break' | CNBC
February 28, 2013 Alice Rivlin on Ending the Sequester | The Wall Street Journal
February 27, 2013 Joshua Green: Why Won't Americans Listen to Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles | Bloomberg
February 27, 2013 Sequestration and its effects | ABC7 Video
February 27, 2013 Video: Simpson and Bowles: Why Our Plan Still Matters | Bloomberg
February 27, 2013 Obama's plan to replace the 'sequester': Does the math add up? | The Christian Science Monitor
February 27, 2013 On the Eve of Sequester Budget Cuts, Can Maya MacGuineas Fix the Debt? | BlogHer
February 27, 2013 Steve Rattner: Breaking Down the Budget Mess | The New York Times
February 26, 2013 Responsible federal budget needed | Reporter Times
February 25, 2013 Bowles peddling fiscal plan days before sequester due to hit | Newsworks
February 25, 2013 A Bad Sequester Is World Better Than No Budget Deal At All | Forbes
February 25, 2013 Doing nothing worst possible option | News Bonners Ferry
February 25, 2013 Mike Simpson and Mike Crapo: The Worst Of All Possible Options Is Doing Nothing |
February 24, 2013 Average Americans are feeling pain of U.S. debt | Los Angeles Times
February 24, 2013 Video: Former Sen. Alan Simpson on Sequestration | Fox Business
February 23, 2013 As the Sequester Looms, The Outlines Of A Solution Emerge | The Daily Beast
February 23, 2013 Latest Simpson-Bowles health plan stirs worry but lacks detail | Reuters
February 21, 2013 'Hard Choices' Need to Be Made on Entitlements | Roll Call
February 21, 2013 For CBO, Current Law Finally Catches Up to Alternatives | Roll Call
February 20, 2013 Not everyone will feel impact of automatic federal budget cuts | McClatchy
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