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Budget Deal Frontloads Spending Increases

Created on October 27, 2015

Budget Deal Frontloads Spending Increases

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Read the original report, "The Boehner-Obama Budget Deal Explained in One Chart," by Paul Winfree.

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 would result in $85 billion in spending increases over the first three fiscal years. Significant cuts would not take place until 2025.

Sources: Congressional Budget Office and Heritage Foundation calculations.

Tags: Bipartisan-Budget-Act-of-2015, Boehner-Obama, federal-spending