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What's the result of Washington's cycle of governing by crisis? Fiscal policy uncertainty has cost us 900,000 lost jobs since late 2009. That's one of the findings in a new report, "The Cost of Crisis-Driven Fiscal Policy," prepared by research firm Macroeconomic Advisers for the Peterson Foundation.
NEW YORK — Michael A. Peterson, President and COO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, commented today following the release of the 2014 Annual Reports of the Social Security and Medicare Trustees.
To support the June 2009 conference for scholars, health policy experts, and media to examine and increase awareness of key health challenges that are linked to America's fiscal crisis.
Grant Amount (FY 2012): $35,000
To support "Our Unsustainable Future," a special year-long media initiative to address the critical fiscal issues that will determine the outcome of America's future.
Grant Amount (FY 2010): $1,000,000
A federal trust fund is an accounting mechanism used by the federal government to track earmarked receipts (money designated for a specific purpose or program) and corresponding expenditures. The largest and best-known funds finance Social Security, Medicare, highways and mass transit, and pensions for government employees.
Investing in America's Future: Policy Choices for Shared Prosperity and Growth
In a wide-ranging discussion with PBS journalist Gwen Ifill, President Bill Clinton covered topics including long-term debt, income inequality, economic growth, healthcare costs, immigration, tax reform, and foreign policy. This marked President Clinton's fifth appearance at the Fiscal Summit.