Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

Bipartisan Path Forward

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Congress Can Pass Bills to Reduce the Deficit This Year

House Members appear to be resolving a disagreement over what this year’s discretionary spending cap should be. Some House Republicans have...

Pathway to a Responsible Federal Budget

Today, the independent Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB) released a set of principles for the fiscal year 2017 budget resolution cu

Comparing the Major Budgets and Updated Simpson-Bowles

We've already provided topline comparisons of the budget metrics in the FY 2016 Congressional budgets and the President's budget, showing...

The Re-Estimated Bipartisan Path Forward

The CBO has now spoken on how the President's budget would affect the

A Roundup of Our Analysis on the Bipartisan Path Forward

Over the last two weeks, the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget has been

User Fees in the Bipartisan Path Forward

Among the many proposals in Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles's new plan, “

Education Reforms in A Bipartisan Path Forward

Although most discussion of Erskine Bowles' and Al Simpson's

Discretionary Savings in the Bipartisan Path Forward

Over the past few years, lawmakers have made the most progress in discretionary spending in the deficit reduction effort.

Budget Enforcement Provisions in the Bipartisan Path Forward

As we have written before, key elements of the Bipartisan Path Forward focus on reducing the debt as a percentage of GDP over the long term. ...

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