Yesterday, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released their update to the forecast of the nation’s fiscal situation over the next decade. Today’s Breaking it Down will take a closer look at the CBO’s findings.
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The CBO’s new report projects growing deficits and greater risk of fiscal crisis.