The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) last week estimated that repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would increase deficits by $137 billion over the next decade and by even more after
This week the Concord Coalition is giving its 2015 Paul E. Tsongas Economic Patriot Award to Mitch Daniels and Evan Bayh III, two former Indiana governors who have both wrestled with difficult fiscal decisions.
After passing a two-month extension of transportation programs in May, lawmakers are scrambling to scrape together enough revenue to replenish the Highway Trust Fund.
In Iowa and New Hampshire, presidential hopefuls in both parties are learning to expect incisive questions on how they plan to rein in the federal debt from First Budget, a joint effort b
Presidential hopefuls should note recent polling results in Iowa that reflect widespread voter concerns about the nation’s budget problems, according to a guest column this week by two “F
Recent findings by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) criticized U.S.
The national debt and related federal budget issues are surrounded by myths and misinformation that are often amplified during political campaigns.
The Congressional Budget Office released worrisome long-term projections on Tuesday that deserve to be a central focus for the 2016 presidential candidates.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently completed a review of the process used by the government to determine payment rates for over 7,000 services provided by doctors.