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Max Ehrenfreund writes for Wonkblog and compiles Wonkbook, a daily policy newsletter. Before joining The Washington Post, Ehrenfreund wrote for the Washington Monthly and The Sacramento Bee.
How to tax capital is one of the most important unresolved issues for the Democratic Party after its bruising defeat in November's election.
Democrats are laying out a new agenda for the economy in Berryville, Va., on Monday.
Partisan criticism of the CBO is nearly as old as the agency itself, but criticisms from the Trump White House have been particularly pointed.
The cash hoarding is a comfortable spot for a company, but less so if you're out of work and looking for a job.
The Republican effort to repeal Obamacare has stalled out -- for now.
By one measure, it is the most unequal country in the world -- despite progressive tax policies.
The first official estimate for how Trump's proposals would affect the economy is out, and the results are mediocre.
The Congressional Budget Office casts doubt on whether the president’s spending proposal would eliminate the deficit.
No one is quite sure how much money is at stake, but proponents say the change would help more people get insurance.