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Statement: Robert Greenstein on the Congressional Budget Office’s New Long-Term Budget Forecast
12/13/07
HTML, PDF, 1pp.

A Tale of Two Bills: The Labor-HHS-Education and Defense Appropriations Bills
Revised 11/16/07
Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 4pp.

Labor-HHS-Education Bill – What’s At Stake: The President's Funding Levels Would Weaken Education, Medical Research, and Other Critical Needs
Revised 11/16/07
James Horney and Martha Coven
HTML, PDF, 9pp.

The President’s Misleading Attack on Congress’s Appropriations Plan: Charge of $205 Billion Spending Increase Is a Distortion
11/14/07
Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 2pp.

Statement:
Robert Greenstein on President's Veto of the Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations Bill
11/13/07
HTML, PDF, 1pp.

The House Has Complied This Year With Its New "Pay-As-You-Go" Rule: But Greater Challenges Lie Ahead
11/7/07
Richard Kogan and James Horney
HTML, PDF, 18pp.

What Would It Say about Congress’s Priorities to Waive PAYGO for the AMT Patch?
11/7/07
Aviva Aron-Dine
HTML, PDF, 6pp.

House AMT “Patch” Bill is Fiscally Responsible: Also Includes Child Tax Credit and Carried Interest Provisions That Would Make the Tax Code More Fair
11/7/07
Aviva Aron-Dine
HTML, PDF, 8pp.

Joint Statement on the Need for Pay-As-You-Go Discipline
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the Committee for Economic Development, the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, and the Concord Coalition
10/30/07
HTML, PDF, 1pp.

The Labor – H.H.S. – Education Veto in Context
Richard Kogan
10/24/07
HTML, PDF, 2pp.

President’s Attack on Congressional Appropriations Plan is Misleading: His Defense Budget is Driving Higher Spending, Not Congress’ Modest Domestic Increases
9/24/07
HTML, PDF, 9pp.

CBO Analysis Shows Economic Benefits of Fiscal Sustainability Are Large and Nearly the Same Whether Taxes Are Raised or Spending Is Cut
9/10/07
Chad Stone
HTML PDF, 5pp.

Statement: James Horney, Director Of Federal Fiscal Policy, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities on CBO’s Budget and Economic Projections
8/23/07
HTML PDF, 1pp.

Congressional Budget Office Sees No Significant Improvement In Budget Outlook
8/23/07
James Horney
HTML PDF, 3pp.

Historical Averages Not a Meaningful Benchmark for Future Revenues
8/22/07
Matt Fiedler and Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 10pp.

House SCHIP Legislation Would Repeal Dubious “45-Percent Threshold” Provision
7/30/07
Robert Greenstein and James Horney
HTML, PDF, 3pp.

Testimony of Robert Greenstein Before the House Budget Committee on on Pay-As-You-Go
7/25/07
HTML, PDF, 10pp.

The 2008 Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations Bill: Is the Threatened Veto Justified?
7/18/07
Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 6pp.

Smaller Deficit Estimate No Surprise: New OMB Estimates Do Not Support Claims About Tax Cuts
7/11/07
James Horney
HTML PDF, 7pp.

Statement: James Horney, Director of Federal Fiscal Policy, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, on OMB’s Mid-Session Review
7/11/07
HTML PDF, 1pp.

The Effects of the Capital Gains and Dividend Tax Cuts On the Economy and Revenues
7/10/07
Aviva Aron-Dine
HTML, PDF, 16pp.

The Fight Over Appropriations: Myths and Reality - Most of the Growth Would Go for Military and Homeland Security; Increases Planned for Domestic Appropriations Are Small
6/21/07
Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 8pp.

CBO Estimate Shows the Senate Immigration Bill's Budget Impact Is Very Modest
Revised 6/6/07
James Horney
HTML PDF, 4pp.

The Congressional Budget Plan: A Brief Analysis of the Conference Agreement
Revised 5/29/07
James Horney, Richard Kogan, and Matt Fiedler
HTML PDF, 5pp.

Statement: Claim That Congressional Budget Calls for "Largest Tax Increase in History" Is Inaccurate
5/16/07
Robert Greenstein
HTML PDF, 1pp.

Discretionary Funding Under the New Congressional Budget Plan - a Big Increase or a Modest Offset To Recent Cuts?
5/16/07
Richard Kogan
HTML PDF, 4pp.

What the 2007 Trustees' Report Shows About Social Security
4/24/07
By Chad Stone and Robert Greenstein
HTML PDF, 6pp.

Forthcoming Medicare Trustees' Report May Contain Dubious "Medicare Funding Warning"
4/20/07
Robert Greenstein and James Horney
HTML, PDF, 2pp.

Ryan Budget Plan Would Increase Deficits, Exacerbate Inequality
3/29/07
Richard Kogan
HTML PDF, 2pp.

Claim That House Budget Calls for "Largest Tax Increase in History" Is Inaccurate
3/28/07
HTML PDF, 1pp.

The Alternative Minimum Tax, The President’s Budget, and the Congressional Budget Resolutions
3/28/07
Aviva Aron-Dine and Richard Kogan
HTML PDF, 3pp.

The House Budget Committee’s Budget Plan: A Brief Analysis
3/22/07
James Horney and Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 5pp.

Key Argument Against Applying Pay-As-You-Go To Tax Cuts Does Not Withstand Scrutiny
3/22/07
James Horney and Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 7pp.

Joint Statement on the Need for Pay-As-You-Go Discipline
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the Committee for Economic Development, the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, and the Concord Coalition
3/21/07
HTML, PDF, 2pp.

Economic Effects of the Pay-As-You-Go Rule
3/19/07
Aviva Aron-Dine and Robert Greenstein
HTML, PDF, 8pp.

The Senate Budget Committee's Budget Plan: A Brief Analysis
3/16/07
James Horney
HTML, PDF, 5pp.

Statement:
Jim Horney and Robert Greenstein Comment On the Senate Budget Committee Plan
3/14/07
HTML, PDF, 2pp.

Clearing Up Confusion on the Costs of Covering Uninsured Children Eligible For Medicaid or SCHIP
3/13/07
Edwin Park, Robert Greenstein, and Matthew Broaddus
HTML, PDF, 9pp.

How Should Policymakers Treat The Budget For Non-Defense "Discretionary" Programs?
3/13/07
Robert Greenstein, Richard Kogan and Matt Fiedler
HTML, PDF, 8pp.

CBO Estimates President's SCHIP Proposal Would Lead to Large Enrollment Declines and Funding Shortfalls
3/13/07
Edwin Park and Matthew Broaddus
HTML, PDF, 2pp.

SCHIP Reauthorization: President’s Budget Would Provide Less than Half the Funds that States Need to Maintain SCHIP Enrollment
Revised 3/13/07
Edwin Park and Matthew Broaddus
HTML, PDF, 6pp.

Statement: Robert Greenstein on CBO's Preliminary Analysis of the President's 2008 Budget Request
3/2/07
HTML, PDF, 1pp.

Administration Proposal Would Cut Over 300,000 People Off Food Stamps
2/23/07
Stacy Dean and Dorothy Rosenbaum
HTML, PDF, 5pp.

President's Budget Would Cut Deeply Into Important Public Services and Adversely Affect States
2/21/07
Arloc Sherman, Sharon Parrott and Danilo Trisin
Full Report: HTML, PDF, 21pp.
State Tables: PDF

The Administration Again Proposes to Shift Federal Medicaid Costs to States
2/14/07
Leighton Ku, Andy Schneider, and Judy Solomon
HTML, PDF, 10pp.

Testimony: Robert Greenstein on Domestic Discretionary Funding Trends Prepared for the House Appropriations Committee
2/14/07
Robert Greenstein
HTML, PDF, 12pp.

President’s Budget Calls for Deep Cuts in a Wide Range of Domestic Programs: Cuts Start in 2008 and Grow Deeper Over Time
2/8/07
Sharon Parrott and Matt Fiedler
HTML, PDF, 8pp.

Despite the Rhetoric, Budget Would Make Nation’s Fiscal Problems Worse and Further Widen Inequality
Revised 2/6/07
Robert Greenstein
HTML, PDF, 6pp.

Testimony: Robert Greenstein on Long-Term Budget Projections Before Senate Budget Committee
1/30/07
Robert Greenstein
HTML, PDF, 11pp.

The Long-Term Fiscal Outlook Is Bleak: Restoring Fiscal Sustainability Will Require Major Changes to Programs, Revenues, and the Nation’s Health Care System
1/29/07
Richard Kogan, Matt Fiedler, Aviva Aron-Dine, and James Horney
Press Release: HTM, PDF, 2pp.
Summary: HTM, PDF, 4pp.
Full Report: PDF, 21pp.
Methodology: PDF, 27pp.

There Is No General "Entitlement Crisis": In Coming Decades, Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security Will Grow Rapidly, But Other Entitlements Will Shrink As a Share of the Economy
1/29/07
Richard Kogan and Aviva Aron-Dine
HTML, PDF, 4pp.

New CBO Report Shows Only Modest Fiscal Improvement: Deficits Projected at $2.9 - $3.4 Trillion Over Ten Years If Policies Do Not Change
1/24/07
Robert Greenstein, Jim Horney, and Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 2pp.

Statement: Greenstein on Budget and Health Care Tax Issues in the State of the Union
Revised 1/24/07
HTML, PDF, 1pp.

How Robust is the Current Economic Expansion?
Aviva Aron-Dine, Richard Kogan, and Isaac Shapiro
Revised 1/16/07
HTML, PDF, 6pp.

Statement by James Horney, Director of Federal Fiscal Policy, on Reinstatement of the Pay-As-You-Go Rule
1/5/07
HTML, PDF, 1pp.