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    Can a New Congress — and a Divided Government — Make Progress on Fiscal Challenges?

    The 116th Congress also marks a return to divided government with the Senate controlled by Republicans and the House by Democrats. This new landscape in Washington means there is both a requirement and a valuable opportunity for lawmakers to work together on fiscal solutions.


    https://www.pgpf.org/blog/2019/01/Can-a-New-Congress-and-a-Divided-Government-Make-Progress-on-Fiscal-Challenges

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    President's Budget Relies on Optimistic Economic Projections and Unlikely Spending Cuts

    Although the debt-to-GDP ratio would decline under the president’s budget, the budget misses an opportunity to address the structural causes of our debt, and relies instead on overly optimistic economic assumptions and reductions in spending that are unlikely to come to pass.


    https://www.pgpf.org/analysis/2019/03/presidents-budget-relies-on-optimistic-economic-projections-and-unlikely-spending-cuts

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