We have issued a brief analysis of the budget proposal last week from Republicans on Congress’ deficit-reduction “supercommittee.” Here’s the opening:
The latest proposal by Republicans on the congressional Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction (the “supercommittee”) contains virtually no new revenue and deep cuts in Medicare and Medicaid. In those respects, it represents little change from earlier Republican budget proposals. It stands in contrast to last week’s proposal from Senator Baucus and some other Democratic members of the joint committee, which offered significant concessions and marked a major departure from traditional Democratic positions.
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We also have updated our analysis of the proposal from Senator Baucus and some other Democratic members of the supercommittee; you can read it here.