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Why Budget Experts Are Worried About the Next CBO Chief

Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Elmendorf's four-year term at the helm of his agency will expire in January, raising the possibility that a new Republican Congress will decide to replace him, naming someone else to provide Congress with ... Yahoo! Finance, 1 week ago

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Town Hall

Obamacare Architect Explains "Stupidity of American Voter"

The truth on Obamacare is finally out: The bill was purposely written to trick the CBO (congressional Budget Office) into believing the bill was not a tax. Moreover, the bill also depended on the "Stupidity of the American Voter". Many of us knew ...
 Town Hall1 week ago Obamacare architect: We passed law due to 'stupidity of the American voter'  Washington Times1 week ago ObamaCare architect catches heat for calling voters stupid  New York Post1 week ago
Money Control

US releases low 2015 Obamacare enrollment forecast

The stated goal, 30 percent lower than a Congressional Budget Office forecast of 13 million enrollees, reflects the government's latest thinking about new enrollees and returning customers, according to officials who expect the actual number to fall between 9 ...
 Money Control1 week ago Enrollment for MNsure 2.0 debuts today  Insurance News Net5 days ago Are there exemptions from the ObamaCare penalty?  One News Now5 days ago Obamacare 2.0 starts Saturday; here's your guide  Insurance News Net6 days ago
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Psychology Today

Deceptions and The Affordable Care Act

MIT economist, Jonathan Gruber, admitted that he helped bamboozle the Congressional Budget Office about The Affordable Care Act (Obama Care). He spoke of how he helped pull the wool over the eyes of American voters whom he described as stupid. The ...
 Psychology Today1 week ago ACA Open Enrollment: Showtime For Health Insurance Sites  Information Week5 days ago PPACA open enrollment 2015: Popcorn time  LifeHealthPro5 days ago 14 latest stories on the next open enrollment period and health insurance sign-ups  Becker’s Hospital Review6 days ago
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CBO Report: The Distribution of Household Income and Federal Taxes

« Previous | November 12, 2014 5:00pm The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has just released a report that should end the factual debate about income inequality but probably won't. Let's begin with ...
 Brookings Institution1 week ago Top 1% of Americans Earned 15% of Income, Paid 24% of Federal Taxes in 2011, CBO Says  Austin American Statesman1 week ago

The GOP vs. The BCA

The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the costs of the Pentagon's current plans will total nearly $3.8 trillion over the next seven years, $308 billion more than is permitted by the 2011 Budget Control Act (BCA). That $3.8 trillion ...
 Cato Institute1 week ago
RIA Novosti

GOP midterm victory expected to spur D.C. budget battle in 2015

With the Republicans now in control of both chambers of Congress, there will be a renewed push for federal tax reform and renewed efforts to cut back on federal spending and hack away at President Barack Obama's signature achievement— the health ...
 Caribbean Business Online1 week ago Republicans sweep Congress, but Obama can still achieve much  Korea Times1 week ago US to See More Spending Cuts if Republicans Win Senate: Experts  RIA Novosti2 weeks ago With Recent Republican Victories, Is GSE Reform Possible?  DSNews.com1 week ago
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Military Times

Experts optimistic Republicans-led Congress will benefit Army

The new Republican-controlled Congress could mean some relief for the Army as it struggles to balance shrinking budgets with increasing demands for soldiers around the world, experts say. But they also caution that partisan gridlock could mean ...
 Military Times1 week ago GOP congressman: Party should embrace looser pot laws  Washington Post6 days ago GOP congressman: Republicans should embrace marijuana legalization  Washington Post6 days ago NEW RULES FAVOR GOP MODERATES  Yahoo! News5 days ago

Islamic State Fight Stymied Until Congress Votes, Official Says

The U.S. can't deploy as many as 1,500 additional personnel to train, equip and assist Iraqi and Kurdish forces unless Congress approves $1.6 billion in added war funding, the Pentagon comptroller said. We can't get started in any meaningful way ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago Congress returns to face Ebola, ISIL and budget issues  USA Today1 week ago
Haaretz

Will Republican leadership in Congress harm small but significant NEA budget?

By , Nobody is expecting Culture Wars 2.0. But that doesn't mean arts leaders aren't a bit worried. Since last week's elections gave Republicans control of both houses of Congress, there have been whispers in arts circles about a repeat of ...
 Washington Post6 days ago Increasing Number of U.S. Republicans Favor Budget Flexibility For Ebola Emergency Funds  Kaiser Network.org2 weeks ago Ebola costs encourage budget flexibility among U.S. Republicans  Reuters2 weeks ago
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