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News

The items below reflect recent articles that quote or feature CRFB staff and board members.

April 18, 2016 Paul Ryan Caught in Middle of Budget War Over Flint, Puerto Rico, Zika Crises | Washington Times
April 15, 2016 Our Debt Problem Needs Action—Not Empty Promises | Time
April 15, 2016 The Candidates Ignore Deficit and Debt | The Boston Globe
April 15, 2016 The Better Budget Process Initiative: Strengthening the Budget Resolution | Morning Consult
April 14, 2016 Here Comes the Story of the Hurricane | Daily Reckoning
April 13, 2016 Campaign 2016: Not Servicing National Debt | WSJ
April 13, 2016 Fiscally Responsible Approach Lies Somewhere Between Clinton and Sanders | The Daily Sentinel
April 13, 2016 $11 Billion Per Year | Politico Pulse
April 13, 2016 Daniels Says Presidential Candidates Should Get Real About National Debt | IBJ
April 13, 2016 The Wrong Stuff: Why We Don’t Trust Economic Policy | OUPblog
April 13, 2016 Bernie Sanders' Proposals Could Add Less to the National Debt than Donald Trump’s | Philly Voice
April 11, 2016 CNBC’s Squawk Box Shoots in Indian Land, with Local Guests Talking Mortgage Climate, National Debt and Religious Freedom (PHOTOS) | CNBC
April 11, 2016 How Do Candidates Plan to Fix the $19 Trillion Debt? | WWLP
April 11, 2016 Our view: Debt will be the next decider | The Joplin Globe
April 11, 2016 How to Fix the U.S. Tax Code | The Christian Science Monitor
April 11, 2016 The Case for Kasich | U.S. News
April 11, 2016 Left and Right Should Reject Sanders | Chicago Tribune
April 11, 2016 How Realistic Are Candidates' Plans to Fix the Debt? | CNN
April 08, 2016 Sanders' "Great Society" Could Cost $15 Trillion | Real Clear Politics
April 08, 2016 2016: The Reckless vs. The Responsible | The Washington Post