Congress should be required to vote yearly on ‘all-inclusive’ budget

Michael Granof  |  April 7, 2021

By Michael Granof, includes “The Treasury Department has issued its annual Financial Report of the United States Government for the past fiscal year. In contrast to the annual financial reports of state and local governments, it is remarkably forthright, explicitly asserting in text and charts why the federal government will not be fiscally sustainable over the next 75 years. Yet it is missing one financial statement that is required of state and local governments: a comparison of actual to budgeted revenues and expenses.”

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