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.

March 25, 2016 Obamacare Definitely Worked, Experts Say | Insurance Business America
March 25, 2016 My View: Kasich Beats Trump and Cruz on Deficit | Deseret News
March 25, 2016 Big Deficits Loom as Candidates Pile on Spending and Tax Cuts | Fiscal Times
March 22, 2016 Shouldn’t Congress Tell Us How We’ll Pay for Tax Cuts? | NYT
March 22, 2016 ACA Repeal More Difficult as Americans Get Used to Popular Provisions | Modern Healthcare
March 21, 2016 Candidates' Tax Plans Could Threaten Social Security | Tax Analysts (Paywall)
March 18, 2016 Renacci Introduces Bill to Compel Better Compliance with Federal Budget | Ripon Advance
March 18, 2016 Campaign Week in Review: GOP Candidates Offer a Collective ‘No’ on Merrick Garland | Rewire
March 18, 2016 A Better Path On Debt Reduction? | Politico Morning Money
March 18, 2016 Club for Growth Launches Ad Slamming Trump on Healthcare | The Hill
March 18, 2016 Why There’s Trouble Ahead for Paul Ryan’s Trillion-Dollar Budget | The Fiscal Times
March 18, 2016 How House Republicans Could Attract Bipartisan Support on Entitlement Savings | WSJ
March 18, 2016 Democrats Bristle at House Budget Allocation of War Funds | CQ Roll Call
March 17, 2016 Trump, Sanders Health Plans Come Under Fire | Healthcare Dive
March 16, 2016 Trump’s Health Plan = 21 Million Uninsured, $270-500 Billion Budget Hole | Health Stew
March 14, 2016 Ryan’s Budget Proposal Runs Into Opposition From Some Hard-Line Republicans | NYT
March 14, 2016 Trump's Health Care Lies Matter | USN
March 14, 2016 Donald Trump’s Health Care Plan Is So Bad He Might as Well Not Have One at All | Slate
March 14, 2016 Trump’s Health Care Reform ‘Plan’ Falls Far Short | MSNBC
March 14, 2016 Sorry, Donald, But Cutting Waste, Fraud And Abuse Won’t Save Social Security | Investors
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