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At a critical moment in an ongoing discussion of America’s economic future, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s 2011 Fiscal Summit brought together leading thinkers and policymakers who presented a range of ideas about how to solve the nation’s long-term fiscal challenges.
In 2011, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation launched the Solutions Initiative to bring together policy organizations from across the ideological spectrum to develop plans to achieve long-term fiscal sustainability. A year later, Solutions Initiative II addressed the near-term fiscal challenges of the "fiscal cliff" while offering updated long-term plans.
In the third iteration of its Solutions Initiative, the Peterson Foundation once again convened policy organizations from across the ideological spectrum to put forward comprehensive plans to improve America’s unsustainable fiscal outlook in the decades ahead.
For the third iteration of its Solutions Initiative, the Peterson Foundation once again convened researchers from respected policy organizations from across the spectrum to put forward comprehensive plans for stabilizing America's fiscal outlook in the decades ahead. While each plan reflects different policy priorities, the plans demonstrate clearly that comprehensive solutions do exist and that lawmakers have the tools available to build a solid fiscal foundation and ensure economic growth.
Help motivate and energize people to advocate for sustainable fiscal policies.
Policy leaders and experts across the political spectrum have put forward a number of comprehensive plans to reduce America’s long-term debt and lay a strong foundation for future economic growth.