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This week at CBPP, we focused primarily on House Republicans’ debt-ceiling-and-cuts bill, which seeks to force harmful policies in areas including the federal budget and taxes, health, food assistance, income security, and state budgets and taxes.

We also released a separate roundup of all these analyses.

Outside the debt-ceiling-and-cuts bill, we focused on the federal budget, income security, health, and federal taxes.

Chart of the Week — Speaker McCarthy’s Bill Cuts Billions From Health Coverage, Food Assistance, Gives Billions to Tax Cheats

A variety of news outlets recently featured CBPP’s work and experts. Here are some of the highlights:

What the debt bill would mean for health programs
April 27, 2023

Claves sobre ley de recortes de los republicanos que condiciona a Biden aprobación del tope de deuda
La Opinion
April 27, 2023

House passes GOP debt ceiling bill, as U.S. inches toward fiscal crisis
The Washington Post
April 26, 2023

Republicans use debt ceiling bill to push work requirements for millions receiving Medicaid and food stamps
April 26, 2023

La propuesta de McCarthy Medicaid pone a millones de personas en riesgo de perder la cobertura de salud: CBPP
El Diario NY
April 25, 2023

White House warns 21 million Americans at risk of losing Medicaid under GOP proposal
April 25, 2023

House GOP poised for vote on debt limit spending cuts that could cost Pa. residents health care, student loan relief
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
April 25, 2023

U.S. House GOP plan would expand work requirements for food aid for older adults
New Jersey Monitor
April 25, 2023

Republicans’ ‘best’ issue on the debt is still horrible
The Washington Post
April 24, 2023

McCarthy’s debt ceiling plan is theater unworthy of a high school gym
The Washington Post
April 23, 2023

Abolish the debt ceiling
The Boston Globe
April 23, 2023

Republicans' Proposed Medicaid 'Work Requirements' Would Affect 10 Million
April 21, 2023

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