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The Paul Ryan Budget Proposal

Document date: April 14, 2011
Released online: April 14, 2011

House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan on April 5, 2011 released a far reaching budget proposal to cut $6 trillion within 10 years. The plan would reform the tax code, cut tax rates, subject Medicare to a stringent budget, and turn Medicaid into state block grants. In this video, Urban Institute policy experts Rudy G. Penner, Donald Marron, and John Holahan size up the proposal and the budget crisis.



Topics/Tags: | Economy/Taxes | Health/Healthcare

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