Deficits under fiscal year 2013 budget plans
March 29, 2012
SOURCE: Data from the House Budget Committee, The Path to Prosperity: A Blueprint for American Renewal, March 2012; House Budget Committee, Summary of the Democratic Budget, March 2012; Congressional Progressive Caucus, The Budget for All, March 2012; Congressional Budget Office, Updated Budget Projections: Fiscal Years 2012 to 2022, March 2012; the Congressional Budget Office, An Analysis of the President's 2013 Budget, March 2012; and the Office of Jim Cooper, March 2012. Compiled by PGPF.
This chart appeared as a part of PGPF's analysis of FY 2013 Budget Proposals. To read the full report, click here.
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