The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a revised estimate of its budget projections this week.
Yesterday, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its updated budget projections for 2014 to 2024.
Yesterday, the House approved the fiscal 2015 budget proposal put forth by Rep. Paul Ryan. The budget proposal calls for $5 trillion in cuts to federal spending through significant reforms to social programs.
Last night, the House rejected a GOP budget alternative based on President Obama’s 2015 budget proposal.
This week, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its monthly estimate of the current level of federal spending. In the first six months of the fiscal year, the federal government ran up a budget deficit of $413 billion.
This week, the House was set to vote on the Ryan budget proposal released last week. However, last night the most influential conservatives in the House proposed an alternative plan that aims to balance the budget in just four years instead of 10.
This week, Americans celebrated April Fools’ Day with a fake Sizzling Bacon TV series and Twitter announcing a Twitter Helmet. However, it was also a wonderful day to tell the world how you really felt about Washington’s spending problem.
On Tuesday, Representative Paul Ryan released his fiscal year 2015 budget. As expected, his budget proposal set off a firestorm of opposition that called it an attack on the middle class and the poor, while his supporters saw it as a step in the right direction.
Yesterday, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan released his budget proposal for fiscal year 2015.
Today, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan is set to release his budget proposal for fiscal year 2015.