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Analysis of CBO’s Budget Outlook: Fiscal Years 2012-2022
The Congressional Budget Office's 2012 Long-Term Budget Outlook: An Analysis
Even party extremes want bipartisan progress: 93% of Liberal Democrats and 85% of Tea Party supporters strongly agree that both parties should work together to solve our long-term fiscal and economic problems.
67% of registered voters strongly agree that "I am willing to do my part to reduce the national debt, as long as other people also do their part."
Summary of House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan’s Budget Proposal
Peter G. Peterson Foundation President, Michael A. Peterson, discusses Congressional Budget Office's Long Term Budget Outlook on Sirius XM's "The Morning Briefing with Tim Farley" on June 8, 2012.
This week, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan released his "Chairman’s Mark" outlining budget priorities for the coming decade. This proposal follows the release of President Obama’s budget last month. The two proposals present distinct visions of the role of the federal government in our economy.