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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February 18, 2013 Months of Grinding, High AStakes Fiscal battles Loom In The US | MNI
February 18, 2013 New Simpson-Bowles plan: how it envisions a sustainable fiscal path for US | Christian Science Monitor
February 18, 2013 |Simpson, Bowles propose $2.4 trillion U.S. deficit reduction | Chicago Tribune
February 18, 2013 Simpson-Bowles II and the Cost of Deficit Inaction | Bloomberg
February 18, 2013 Bowles, Simpson Release New Plan That Cuts Deifict By $2.4 Trillion | NPR
February 18, 2013 Simpson-Bowles Are At It Again! | Talk News Radio
February 18, 2013 Bowles-Simpson II: A New Plan to Avoid the Sequester | Forbes
February 18, 2013 Here Are The Details Of The New Simpson-Bowles Deficit Reduction Plan | Business Insider
February 18, 2013 Bowles, SImpson back at it to reduce federal deficit | The Washington Times
February 18, 2013 Bowles, Simpson look to get back into the mix | Politico
February 18, 2013 Bowles, Simpson back with new $2.4 trillion deficit-cutting plan | Market Watch
February 18, 2013 Simpson, Bowles Back With Sequel to Deficit Plan | Newser
February 18, 2013 Simpson and Bowles revive their plan in bid to avoid sequester | Federal Collaborator
February 18, 2013 Ahead of March sequestration, a new Simpson and Bowles proposal | Government Health IT
February 18, 2013 Bowles: Grand Bargain on Deficit 'on Life Support' | Newsmax
February 18, 2013 Obama Blasts 'Meat Cleaver' Cuts as Simpson, Bowles Release New Plan | AdvisorOne
February 18, 2013 New Bowles Simpson Plan Unveiled | ENews
February 18, 2013 Alan Simpson: 'Failed presidency' if Obama cannot rein in entitlement spending | The Daily Caller
February 18, 2013 Simpson and Bowles offer up new deficit cutting plan | Marketplace
February 18, 2013 Simpson Says: Debt Could Make Obama a "Failed" President | The Fiscal Times
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