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    Wall Street Journal Viewpoints Breakfast

    David Cote talked about economic growth, the deficit, international technology competitiveness, and energy policy. He spoke with John Bussey, assistant managing editor for the Wall…

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    Tax Reform

    Panelists discussed efforts to craft a tax reform package that would reduce rates and the deficit without eliminating tax breaks that benefit large portions of the middle class. Mark…

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    Reducing Health Care Costs

    Businessmen and politicians agreed that rising health care costs were one of the main factors driving long term deficits in the U.S. They discussed ways to make the health care system more…

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    Debt and Deficit Reduction

    Members of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget held a news conference about their Campaign to Fix the Debt initiative. After the news conference ended, former Senator Judd…

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    Bill Clinton Remarks on the Export-Import Bank

    Former President Bill Clinton spoke at an Export-Import Bank conference. He called on Congress to renew the bank’s charter for a longer term and raise its lending limit, and…

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    Deficit Reduction Plans

    Panelists spoke about the work of the Joint Select Committee of Deficit Reduction, urging the committee to seek deficit reductions of $4 trillion or more compared to the proposed $1.5…

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    Defense Industry and the Economy

    Panelists talked about the links between the defense and commercial sectors of the U.S. economy and the critical need for engineers and scientists in the U.S. to remain globally…

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    Federal Debt Commission Recommendations Vote

    The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform met for a vote on its commission report recommendations. In order for the commission to submit its report to Congress, 14 of…

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    Federal Budget Reform and National Debt

    The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform held a public meeting to discuss the final commission proposal. A vote on the proposal was scheduled for later in the week…

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    Federal Budget Reform Proposals

    The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform held a meeting as part of its series of public meetings onpossible changes to the federal budget process. Witnesses included…

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    Federal Deficit Reduction

    The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform held a meeting to discuss potential ways to reduce the federal deficit. The bi-partisan commission was charged with…

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    U.S. and Global Debt Outlook

    The National Committee on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform held a public meeting on the outlook for the national debt and ways in which deficit reduction might impact the U.S.…

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    Senate Climate and Energy Legislation

    Senators Kerry and Lieberman unveiled their energy and climate change legislation. The bill seeks to reduce carbon emissions at the country’s biggest polluters including power…

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    Fiscal Responsibility Commission Inaugural Meeting

    The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform held its inaugural meeting in the White House Conference Center. The commissioners discussed the nation’s long-term…

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    Presidential Remarks on Economic Stimulus Plan

    President Obama made remarks on the economy following a meeting with business leaders. He urged that the stimulus package be passed. He also talked about oversight and efforts to…

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    Energy Efficiency

    David Cote talked about energy policy. He focused on the government’s role in fostering energy efficiency and conservation through regulation and incentives. He was…

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