Amid yet another annual federal budget and government spending process that has seen missed deadlines and no concrete outcome, there is a growing effort among leaders in Congress to fix the broken budget process.
The co-chairs of the non-partisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget – Governor Mitch Daniels, Secretary Leon Panetta, and Congressman Tim Penny – offered ten action steps to secure our fiscal future for the president-elect.
Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell and New Hampshire Senator Judd Gregg, co-chairs of the Campaign to Fix the Debt, discussed what Donald Trump could do about the national debt on CNBC’s Squawk Box.
Donald Trump shouldn’t add to the national debt when it is already high by historical standards. That's the message Maya MacGuineas had on CBS's Face the Nation.
Fix the Debt co-chairs Governor Ed Rendell and Senator Judd Gregg today issued a statement on the national debt challenge President-elect Donald Trump faces.