February 12, 2016

Publications

9 Feb, 2016 - Press Release

WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition said today that while President Obama’s proposed budget would lower projected deficits and keep the debt stable as a share of the economy over the next 10 years, it would do so with a mix of policy options that have no chance of being enacted by a Republican Congress and would not, in any event, put the debt on a sustainable downward path.

“The budget leaves in place a dynamic that will be increasingly difficult, if not impossible, to maintain,” said Robert L. Bixby,...

Recent Publications

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14 Mar, 2006 - Issue Brief
As Congress begins work on the Fiscal Year 2007 budget resolution, The Concord Coalition offers the following checklist for a responsible budget.  Establish a meaningful deficit reduction target. The goal of cutting the deficit in half by 2009 is inadequate relative to the fiscal challenges... Read More
27 Feb, 2006 - Issue Brief
On February 6th, President Bush unveiled his budget for the 2007 fiscal year. This issue brief evaluates the President’s budget based on The Concord Coalition’s Seven Signs of Fiscal Sense. These criteria, which were established to help sort through the strengths and weaknesses of deficit... Read More
24 Feb, 2006 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With Congress continuing its review of the President's budget and beginning work on the fiscal year 2007 budget resolution, The Concord Coalition issued an analysis of the President's fiscal year 2007 budget. The analysis is based on The Concord Coalition's "Seven Signs... Read More
17 Feb, 2006 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With Congress considering a tax cut package that could exceed $70 billion and the Treasury Secretary again being forced to take extraordinary measures to avoid breaching the $8.18 trillion statutory debt limit, The Concord Coalition said today that Congress should act promptly... Read More
9 Feb, 2006 - Facing Facts
http://www.concordcoalition.org/files/uploaded-pdfs/FacingFacts-060210.pdf
6 Feb, 2006 - Special Publication
6 Feb, 2006 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition said today that President Bush's fiscal year 2007 budget takes an appropriately hard line on spending, but its claim to result in significant deficit reduction relies on budgetary gimmicks that understate likely expenses and overstate likely revenue.... Read More
3 Feb, 2006 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- Today, The Concord Coalition issued its preview of the President's budget: “The Seven Signs of Fiscal Sense: What to Look for in the President's Fiscal Year 2007 Budget.” The issue brief closely examines both the rhetoric and reality of the President's stated fiscal policies,... Read More
3 Feb, 2006 - Issue Brief
On Monday February 6, President Bush will unveil his Fiscal Year 2007 budget. A thorough evaluation of how it all adds up must await the details, but based on proposals outlined by the President in his State of the Union Address as well as statements by other administration officials, it is... Read More
1 Feb, 2006 - Issue Brief
The outlook for the federal budget is deceptively benign under the January 2006 baseline assumptions of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). In its latest 10-year projections, CBO describes a budget that will reach balance in 2012 and stay balanced through 2016, the end of the projection period... Read More