On Wednesday evening, House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-Ohio) office released its re-worked debt-ceiling plan. An analysis by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office stated that the revised proposal would reduce deficits by about $915 billion over the next decade.

The figure was closer to House Republican leaders’ target than the $850 billion in deficit savings the budget office had said that Boehner’s initial proposal would have achieved. But it still fell short of the $1.2 trillion by which Boehner and House Republican leaders had projected their plan would reduce budget deficits.

Read more on PostPolitics

Boehner demands cooperation from GOP

RSC staffer oversteps the line

How redistricting hurts Boehner’s plan