Video: Can budget reform revive Congress?


The budget process is a wreck. The president’s budget arrives to Congress dead as a doornail. Congress only sometimes even adopts a budget. And all too often there is high drama as Congress and the president feud over the debt limit and appropriations. Could the drama be lessoned through enacting permanent appropriations? Yuval Levin (AEI), Kevin Kosar (R Street Institute), Andrew Taylor (University of North Carolina), and Molly Reynolds (Brookings) discuss these questions and more.

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Topics: Budget & Appropriations
Kevin Kosar
Kevin Kosar is vice president of policy for the R Street Institute, where he oversees all of the institute’s research across its commercial freedom, c...