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Economic Stimulus PolicyCBPP Statement: Robert Greenstein and Chad Stone on the Senate-Passed Financial Rescue Legislation
10/2/08
HTML, PDF, 2pp.

How Projected Surpluses Became Deficits: Main Causes Were Tax Cuts and Higher Security Spending
9/12/08
Richard Kogan and Gillian Brunet
HTML, PDF, 4pp.

How Robust Was the 2001-2007 Economic Expansion?
Revised 4/22/08
Aviva Aron-Dine, Chad Stone, and Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 6pp.

A Balanced Approach to Restoring Fiscal Responsibility
7/9/08
Henry Aaron, Nancy Altman, Kenneth Apfel, James Blum, J. Bradford DeLong, Peter Diamond, Robert Greenstein, James Horney, Richard Kogan, Jack Lew, Marilyn Moon, Van Doorn Ooms, Uwe Reinhardt, Charles Schultze, Robert Solow, Paul Van de Water
Full Report: PDF, 15pp.
Executive Summary: PDF, 5pp.
Press Release: PDF, 3pp.

Testimony
: James Horney, Direct of Federal Fiscal Policy, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, on Addressing the Nation's Financial Challenges
6/26/08
HTML, PDF, 9pp.

Testimony
: Testimony of Robert Greenstein, Executive Director, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Hearing on the SAFE Commission Act and the Long-Term Fiscal Challenge, House Committee on the Budget
6/24/08
HTML, PDF, 8pp.

The Congressional Budget Plan: A Brief Analysis of the Conference Agreement
5/22/08
Richard Kogan and James Horney
HTML, PDF, 4pp.

CBPP Statement
: Statement by Robert Greenstein, Executive Director, on Misleading Claims That Congressional Budget Plan Calls For "Largest Tax Increase In History"
5/20/08
HTML, PDF, 1pp.

CBPP Statement
: Statement By Robert Greenstein, Executive Director, on the House Supplemental Funding Bill
5/15/08
HTML, PDF, 1pp.

Fact-Checking This Week’s Budget Resolution Debate
3/12/08
Aviva Aron-Dine
HTML, PDF, 2pp.

Claim That Congressional Budget Plans Call For "Largest Tax Increase in History" Is Inaccurate
3/7/08
HTML, PDF, 1pp.

Federal Spending, 2001 through 2008: Defense Is a Rapidly Growing Share of the Budget, While Domestic Appropriations Have Shrunk
Revised 3/6/08
Richard Kogan
HTML, PDF, 5pp.

Administration's Budget Does Not Reflect Administration Policies: Administration Policies Would More Likely Lead to a $113 Billion Deficit in 2012 than a $48 Billion Surplus
3/5/08
Kris Cox
HTML, PDF, 4pp.

Bush Budget Would Cut Domestic Discretionary Programs by $20 Billion in 2009: Many Cuts Come On Top Of Sizable Reductions In Recent Years
Sharon Parrott, Kris Cox, Danilo Trisi, and Doug Rice
2/20/08
HTML, PDF, 44pp.
State-by-State Tables, 33pp.

The President’s Budget and the Medicare “Trigger”
James Horney and Richard Kogan
Revised 2/15/08
HTML, PDF, 6pp.

President’s Budget May Provide States With Inadequate Funding to Maintain Current SCHIP Programs
Edwin Park
2/7/08
HTML, PDF, 3pp.

The Dubious Priorities of the President’s Budget
Robert Greenstein, James Horney and Richard Kogan
Revised 2/7/08
HTML, PDF, 6pp.

2008 Omnibus Appropriations Bill Cuts Funding for Head Start: Bipartisan Reauthorization Bill Enacted Two Weeks Before Omnibus Was Completed Called for Increased Investment
Sharon Parrott
Revised 2/6/08
HTML, PDF, 6pp.

Federal Grants To States and Localities Cut Deeply in Fiscal Year 2009 Federal Budget
Iris J. Lav And Phillip Oliff
2/4/08
HTML, PDF, 6pp.