The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has released the third federal government report in as many weeks outlining the unintended consequences of government overreach.
When the CBO released a new report on Tuesday detailing how Obamacare would affect major areas of the U.S. economy, social media was set ablaze. The keyword “CBO” trended on Twitter nationally and has gained 63,386 mentions since the release of the report.
With the CBO’s Budget and Economic Outlook for 2014 to 2024 report released yesterday, jobs numbers coming out tomorrow and the end of the suspension of the debt limit approaching, it has been a busy week in Washington.
Yesterday we looked at the Congressional Budget Office’s projections for how the Affordable Care Act would affect the U.S. economy. Today we break down the other figures found in the CBO’s semiannual budget and economic report.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) yesterday released its semi-annual “Budget and Economic Outlook.” In part, the report revised the CBO’s previous estimates about how the Affordable Care Act will affect the economy.
This morning the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its updated budget outlook for fiscal years 2014-2024. This report includes new projections on the country’s deficits as well as updated estimates of the effects of the president’s new healthcare law.
The federal government spent $3.2 million dollars on ads promoting Obamacare in Oregon. The Daily Caller reports that the television advertisements promoting Cover Oregon, the state’s health insurance marketplace, don’t even mention the marketplace.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) today released a report warning that the federal deficit’s short-term shrinkage doesn’t mean we’re in the clear for avoiding long-term fiscal problems.
Gretchen Hamel, executive director of Public Notice, joins Cavuto on Fox Business Network to discuss how, even though the CBO recently revealed good news regarding the deficit, we still have a lot more work to do to fix our economy.
If you’ve been paying attention to the headlines coming out of Washington, you probably saw reports that the sequester is costing Americans more than one million jobs. As usual, the headlines aren’t telling the whole story. In fact, the reality is the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is saying the same thing they’ve been saying for months, which is; the only thing worse than having the sequester is reversing the sequester.