This week on Facing the Future, we take a look at legislation that seems to be making its way through Congress that may just salvage a bit of President Biden's domestic agenda. It even includes some deficit reduction elements, new taxes, and prescription drug price reductions for Medicare. Concord Coalition's policy director Tori Gorman and chief economist Steve Robinson join the conversation, as we also look at the latest economic data and a new issue paper on how the national debt burdens future generations.
An Easy Way to Reduce the Legal Immigration Backlog and Increase Economic Output?
The Biden Student Loan Forgiveness Plan: Is it Legal?
The Concord Coalition Turns 30!
Declining US Fertility Rates amid Stubbornly High Inflation
Will the Inflation Reduction Act Lower Federal Health Care Spending?
Cancelling College Debt as Another Potential Government Shutdown Looms
State Budgets and Examining ’Replacement Rates’ for Social Security
Reconciliation Bill on Climate and Health Care Passes While Inflation Shows Signs of an Ebb
CBO Long-Term Budget Outlook: Rising Deficits, Debt and Economic Challenges
The Growing Cost of Russia’s War in Ukraine
Making the ’Case’ in Congress for Fiscal Discipline
How Should We Fix Social Security?
The DC Economic Conundrum
Social Security and Medicare Creep Towards Insolvency
David Gergen: It’s time for Baby Boomers to Pass the Baton
Breaking Down the 10-year CBO Federal Budget Baseline
COVID Lingers. Have We Learned Any Lessons?
Not Your Father’s Cold War
Congress has a Tall Agenda and a Short Clock
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