Concord Coalition Statement on President Biden's Fiscal Year 2024 Federal Budget Proposal
The Concord Coalition said today that President Biden’s goal of reducing future federal budget deficits by $2.8 trillion over 10 years is a step in the right direction, but falls far short of what is needed to prevent the nation’s debt from continuing its alarming rate of increase. Moreover, the budget is based on a set of optimistic economic assumptions and unlikely policy outcomes that if not achieved would result in far less deficit reduction than projected by the administration.
Concord Coalition Releases Criteria for Assessing President Biden's Proposed FY 2024 Federal Budget
On Thursday, March 9, President Biden will transmit to Congress his proposed budget for FY 2024. Although a Republican-controlled House means the Biden budget has little chance of enactment without significant modification, it represents an important starting point for negotiations and is an opportunity to initiate a national dialogue on our policy priorities: what do we want the federal government to provide and how do we want to pay for it?
Concord Coalition Welcomes Deficit Reduction Goal of Democratic Climate, Tax and Health Care Bill, But Warns that Back Loaded Savings May Never Take Effect
WASHINGTON, DC – The Concord Coalition today welcomed the deficit reduction goals of the Democratic Climate, Tax and Health ...
Fading COVID Effects Do Not Put the Budget on a Sustainable Path
Washington - The Concord Coalition said today that the new Budget and Economic Outlook for Fiscal Years 2022-2032 released by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is evidence that the days of easy deficit reduction from fading COVID relief funding are over.