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News

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February 12, 2014 Bipartisan Caving on Military Pension Cut | Daily Herald
February 12, 2014 U.S. Deficits Will Have to Wait as Congress Moves On | Reuters
February 10, 2014 Wonkbook: Your Morning Policy News Primer | The Washington Post
February 10, 2014 Bipartisan caving on military pension cuts | The Washington Post
February 09, 2014 Tax Breaks 2014: A $63 Billion Boon to Business | The Fiscal Times
February 09, 2014 House Republicans Seek to Trade Debt Deal for Repeal on Military Pensions | The New York Times
February 09, 2014 Debt Ceiling Standoff? Not This Time | NPR
February 08, 2014 Bracing for a new debt ceiling showdown | MSNBC
February 06, 2014 Future Deficits Now Projected to Be Even Higher | Reason.com
February 05, 2014 Obamacare and the incentive to work: what's behind the CBO numbers | The Chicago Tribune
February 05, 2014 As Deficit Anxiety Fades, Debt Rears Its Ugly Head | NPR
February 05, 2014 Think Shutdown and Debt Fights Were Something? Now Comes the Real Budget Hit | The Kansas City Star
February 03, 2014 What America's Budget Looks LIke | Townhall
February 03, 2014 US Hill Battle Begins to Use CBO Report to Frame Fiscal Debate | ForexTV.com
January 29, 2014 The Senate is Nearing a Deal On Unemployment Insurance And It Shows The Absurdity Of The Republican Position | Business Insider
January 29, 2014 On fiscal issues, silence | The Washington Post
January 28, 2014 Reid: U.S. Senate to take up jobless benefits extension bill next week | Las Vegas Review-Journal
January 25, 2014 Washington's attention-deficits disorder | Politico
January 19, 2014 Lawmakers should offer up a fiscally responsible 'tax extenders' bill | Washington Post
January 13, 2014 Maya MacGuineas: Helping the budget $150 billion at a time | The Hill