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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March 14, 2016 Study: Trump Healthcare Plan Would End Coverage for 21M | The Hill
March 14, 2016 Trump's Health Care Plan Is Just As Terrible As You Imagined | HuffPost
March 14, 2016 Donald Trump’s Plan Would Take Health Insurance Away from 21 Million People. Sad! | Vox
March 14, 2016 Trump Health Plan Would Increase Deficit and Leave Millions Uninsured, Report Says | LA Times
March 14, 2016 Unwrapping The National Debt | Odyssey Online
March 13, 2016 Analysis: Trump's Healthcare Plan Costs $270B Over Next Decade | Washington Examiner
March 13, 2016 Trumpcare Would Cut Coverage to 21 Million, Cost up to $500 Billion, Study Says | Fiscal Times
March 13, 2016 Report: Donald Trump’s Health Care Plan Would Increase Deficit, Uninsured | Morning Consult
March 13, 2016 D.C. Tax Experts Evaluate 2016 GOP Candidates’ Plans, Say ‘Magical Thinking’ is Required to Make Them Work | The Blaze
March 13, 2016 Trump Health Care Plan Would Increase Uninsured by 21 Million, Study Finds | NOLA
March 12, 2016 Martin Olav Sabo, Longtime Minnesota Representative, Has Died | Twin Cities
March 11, 2016 Everything You Missed From the GOP Debate in Miami | Policy Mic
March 11, 2016 Marco Rubio Says Foreign Aid is Less than 1 Percent of Federal Budget | PolitiFact
March 11, 2016 Fact-checking the 12th GOP Debate | Washington Post
March 10, 2016 The Challenges Of Modeling Presidential Tax Plans | Forbes
March 10, 2016 AP FACT CHECK: Trump-centric GOP Debate Was Thick on Policy, Off the Mark on Details | U.S. News & World Report
March 10, 2016 Rubio Confronts Long-Term Debt Crisis Calling for Social Security Reform | Fiscal Times
March 10, 2016 The Next President's Fiscal Mess of an Inheritance | The Hill
March 10, 2016 Donald Trump’s Plan to Preserve Social Security by Eliminating Waste, Fraud, and Abuse Doesn’t Even Come Close to Adding Up | Reason
March 10, 2016 In More Civil GOP Debate, Trade Becomes Important Topic | New American