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The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office projects that the federal debt could reach 175% of GDP by 2040.
The president and Congress must reach a compromise that reconciles their disagreements before September 30, or else they will risk a partial government shutdown.
What are the potential consequences of not raising the debt limit?
Under CBO's own economic and technical assumptions, interest costs would climb sharply and mandatory spending would continue to grow.
Under the president’s budget, federal debt will remain historically high, roughly double its average over the past 50 years.
CBO projects that federal debt will remain at historically high levels over the next decade under current laws and warns that such high levels of debt could harm the economy.
The 114th Congress has a new opportunity to address our debt and long-term fiscal challenges, strengthen our economy, and put our nation's fiscal future on a sustainable path.
The 2014 mid-term elections may be over, but America's long-term fiscal and economic challenges remain.
In the legislative days remaining before the 113th Congress adjourns, there is much urgent work to be done to put the nation on a more sustainable and predictable path, now and in the future.