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    After the Supercommittee, Fiscal Policy Questions Still Have to be...

    The end of the supercommittee doesn’t mean the end of the fiscal policy debate in Washington. There are still many tax and spending issues that Congress has to decide on this month, next year, and beyond. And while each individual decision may not carry a $1.2 trillion price tag, when added together they’ll have a major impact on the long-term budget picture.


    http://www.pgpf.org/analysis/after-the-supercommittee-fiscal-policy-questions-still-have-to-be-addressed

    Federal Budget Process: A Primer

    The budget of the U.S. Government is developed according to principles and statutory requirements defined by the Constitution and subsequent laws, including the Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, which established the executive budget process, and the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974, which defined the congressional budget process. Further federal budgeting laws followed to help the Congress and the President manage the budget process and enforce budget decisions.


    http://www.pgpf.org/budget-basics/federal-budget-process-a-primer

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