Solutions Initiative Plans: Projected Federal Debt Levels in 2035 (As a percentage of GDP)
May 01, 2011
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*For this project, the June Extended Baseline was updated by the independent scorekeepers to reflect enacted legislative changes through January 2011. Among other assumptions, the Extended Baseline assumes that tax cuts will expire as scheduled and health care cost growth will be controlled.

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