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.

December 18, 2015 Congress passes budget deal and heads home for the year | Washington Post
December 18, 2015 Congress to Americans: You Get a Tax Break! And You Get a Tax Break! | Mother Jones
December 18, 2015 Congress Passes $1.15 Trillion Spending Bill | MedPage Today
December 18, 2015 Kitces: New Tax Legislation Set to Reinstate Most Extenders Permanently | Nasdaq
December 18, 2015 Congress Approves Massive Spending And Tax Cut Legislation | RTT News
December 18, 2015 House Passes Bill Providing More Than USD600 Billion In Tax Cuts | London South East
December 18, 2015 Congress Passes $1.8 Trillion Spending Measure | New York Times
December 17, 2015 Congress' Half-Trillion Dollar Spending Binge | Politico
December 17, 2015 U.S. Budget Deal is Rare Compromise | Financial Times (Paywall)
December 17, 2015 What deficit? House GOP leads passage of $650-billion tax-break package | Los Angeles Times
December 17, 2015 The Weekly Briefing, Episode 22: This Is A Big Deal | The Advisory Board Company
December 16, 2015 Under Wire, House Passes Big Package of Tax Cuts | New York Times
December 16, 2015 Hard Cider, the Sage Grouse and Other Interesting Items in Congress' Spending and Tax Deals | WaPo
December 16, 2015 Hey, Donald: Washington is Working! | Politico
December 16, 2015 This Tax Legislation Is Terrible, But It Might Be Worth Passing | HuffPost
December 16, 2015 Lurking Within That Ominous Omnibus Spending Bill | HuffPost
December 16, 2015 House Republicans Lead Passage of $650 Billion Tax-Break Package | Times Record (AR & OK)
December 16, 2015 House Passes Bill Providing More Than $600 Billion In Tax Cuts | RTT News
December 16, 2015 House Conservatives Give Ryan Pass On 'Disaster' Budget Deal | WND
December 16, 2015 Workers Unlikely to See Relief from Delay of Health Plan Tax | AmeriPublications