Issues in Brief: PGPF Research
Objective analysis on programs and policy
October 23, 2012
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation is committed to finding solutions to our nation's long-term fiscal challenges, thereby helping to secure a strong economic future for all Americans.
This fall, PGPF research staff will publish a series of one-page articles, providing objective analyses on major government programs and policies. Check back regularly for new articles.
Issues In Brief
Should Defense Spending Cuts Be Part of Any Deficit Reduction Package? (10/23/2012)
Who Pays Taxes? (10/11/2012)
Who Pays For Medicare? (10/4/2012)
Happy Fiscal New Year? (9/28/2012)
What Is The Fiscal Cliff? (9/28/2012)
Who Benefits From Medicaid? (9/25/2012)
The Office of Management and Budget's Sequestration Report: An Analysis (9/19/2012)
The Debate Over Tax Expenditures (9/11/2012)
Summary: CBO's Analysis of President's FY 2014 Budget
2013 Fiscal Summit: Press Release
Fiscal Confidence Index Results for April 2013
PGPF Provides $1 Million Grant to Newly-Established Rudman Center
Pete Peterson on Simpson-Bowles "Bipartisan Path Forward"
Analysis: President's FY 2014 Budget
Ways You Can Get Involved:
Q&A with Pete Peterson
Foundation Chairman candidly discusses fiscal and personal topics.
Engaging Americans in a movement to address the nation's fiscal challenges.
State of theUnion's Finances
Steps you can take to help cure our fiscal ills.
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