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Erskine Bowles On How We Should Cut The Federal Deficit
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February 13, 2013
Erskine Bowles has drawn more national attention as co-chair of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, otherwise known as Simpson-Bowles Commission, than he used to attract as President Clinton’s chief of staff, or before that, as head of the Small Business Administration.
Erskine Bowles is coming to Baltimore tomorrow for the Baltimore Speakers Series presented by Stevenson University and it’s a good bet he’ll talk about the deficit. Sheilah spoke with him earlier this week.
After the White House and Congress failed to act on their recommendations, Erskine Bowles and Sen. Simpson encourage people interested in the debt issue to visit FixTheDebt.org.
For background on the Simpson-Bowles Commission, formally the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, go here.
The National Academy of Social Insurance says its recent survey shows people would rather raise payroll taxes than cut Social Security benefits.