Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

Bipartisan Budget Act

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President Trump has Signed $4.7 Trillion of Debt into Law

Our US Budget Watch 2020 project analyzes, estimates, and explains the fiscal implications of proposals

Where Does the Budget Stand Compared to Historical Averages?

Recently, there has been a lot of discussion over whether the country has a revenue problem or a spending problem.

Recent Fiscal Irresponsibility Will Double Deficits

As deficits are expected to climb above $1 tri
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President Trump’s $4 Trillion Debt Increase

If the recent budget deal is signed into law, it will be t
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Addressing Common Claims About the Budget Deal

The President and Congressional leaders announced a plan to raise the

Budget Deal's Offsets Don't Even Cover The Interest

President Trump and leaders in Congress announced a deal thi

Five Reasons to Oppose the Budget Deal

Congressional leaders and the President announced a proposed b

Proposed Budget Agreement Could Cost $1.7 Trillion

Update: A Congressional Budget Office (CBO) score of the deal shows that the offsets ar
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A Plan to Raise the Caps Without Breaking the Bank

Due to the large temporary increase in discretionary spending levels for Fiscal Years 2018 and 2019 in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, spending
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Tax Cut and Spending Bill Could Cost $5.5 Trillion Through 2029

The 2017 tax cut and the 2018 spending bill loom large in the

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