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The Congressional Budget Office offers lawmakers an assessment of how much legislation will cost the US taxpayer if implemented. A new report from the CBO out Thursday says a bipartisan infrastructure plan, currently making its way through the Senate, would add $256 billion to the projected federal deficits over the next decade. ...
The mayor of McAllen says a lack of adequate federal management of the border situation has placed a strain on local governments. ...
A brief guide to the perennial issue. Why Democrats will probably have to include an increase in their budget bill — and what happens if they don’t. ...
The Congressional Budget Office said that the so-called bipartisan infrastructure bill would add $256 billion to the deficit over ten years.  ...

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