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This week at CBPP, we focused mostly on President Biden’s 2025 budget proposal.

We also focused on housing. Peggy Bailey testified before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee on proposals to address housing affordability, availability, and other community needs.

On the President’s budget proposal, CBPP President Sharon Parrott issued a statement explaining how the proposal would build toward an economy where everyone can thrive. And we had many analyses of the budget spanning our issue areas:

Chart of the Week – Extending the 2017 Tax Law Would Cost Substantial Revenue

A variety of news outlets featured CBPP’s work and experts this past week. Here are some of our highlights:

Eliminating Income Taxes Would Be an Expensive Giveaway 
March 14, 2024

Mississippi Medicaid expansion is at a crossroads over work requirement 
NBC News 
March 13, 2024

Puerto Rico: LatinoJustice PRLDEF y CBPP favorecen llamado de Biden para paridad en Medicaid, SNAP y SSI
El Diario NY
March 13, 2024

Former President Trump’s History Of Proposing Cuts In Medicare Spending 
March 12, 2024

In Hospitals, Affordable Housing Gets the Long-Term Investor It Needs 
New York Times 
March 12, 2024

Schools stare down deadline as COVID-19 relief funds set to expire
The Hill
March 12, 2024

Biden calls for broad new social programs, higher taxes on corporations and the wealthy 
Washington Post 
March 11, 2024

Concerns increase around ESSER underspending, fiscal cliffs in last year of aid 
K-12 Dive 
March 11, 2024

California families could save thousands of dollars from proposed child tax break. Here’s why 
Sacramento Bee 
March 11, 2024 

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