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News

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

December 11, 2014 Capital Journal Daybreak: Democrats Balk Over Dodd-Frank Push in Spending Bill | McCain vs. Paul: The War Over War | The Wall Street Journal
December 10, 2014 Who’s Schooling Rick Perry on Policy Issues in Preparation for 2016? | The Washington Post
December 10, 2014 Van Hollen: Dynamic Scoring 'Important to Consider,' but Not Alone | Politico Pro
December 10, 2014 Why Does Congress Pay For Some Tax Cuts and Not Others? | Forbes
December 08, 2014 Congress Likely to Finalize Tax Credits Extension; Some Call Package Harmful | The Star Tribune
December 08, 2014 Loss of tax break would sting Florida | The Sun-Sentinel
December 08, 2014 NM delegation favors tax cut package, with caveats | The Candidate Chronicle
December 05, 2014 The Arguments for and Against a Balanced Budget Amendment | Decoded Science
December 05, 2014 Nicklaus: Tax extenders bill shows that fiscal policy is broken | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
December 05, 2014 U.S. Government Shutdown Not Likely: Macguineas | Bottom Line, Bloomberg TV
December 04, 2014 Lame Duck Congress Tackles Tax Breaks | To The Point- KCRW
December 04, 2014 ‘Obamacare’ offers Americans more for less | MSNBC
December 04, 2014 Record low growth in health care spending | MSNBC
December 04, 2014 House OKs deal to preserve Texans' tax break - for now | The Houston Chronicle
December 04, 2014 House approves $42 billion tax break package | USA Today
December 04, 2014 The money at stake in the tax break fight | CNN Money
December 04, 2014 Deficit? What deficit? | The Economist
December 02, 2014 Don't Bust the Budget -- Pony Up for tax breaks | The Orlando Sentinel
December 02, 2014 6 Ways to Fix Social Security| Kiplinger
December 02, 2014 Teachers may lose tax break for school supplies | The Dallas Morning News