One silent victim of the coronavirus pandemic is the 2020 congressional legislative agenda.
Most of the debt incurred so far to deal with the coronavirus has been purchased by the Federal Reserve, not foreign or domestic savers, said Joshua Gordon, senior policy adviser at the Concord Coa
Moving rapidly to pass the next installment of COVID-19 pandemic relief, on May 15 the U.S.
Smith, with the Concord Coalition, and others who lament Congress didn’t take advantage of the pre-pandemic years of growth to eliminate deficit spending and lower the national debt said not doing
On the latest Facing the Future, I was joined by Concord Coalition Senior Policy Advisor,
The federal budget deficit for the 2021 fiscal year is nearly $1 trillion, and the debt is estimated at more than $24 trillion.
As the federal government responds to the coronavirus and its economic impact, The Concord Coalition will track and comment on fiscal policy-related actions by policymakers.
President Trump this afternoon signed a $2 trillion spending bill to respond to the health emergency, while the Federal Reserve spent the better part of a trillion dollars this week buying bonds of