Rep. Scott Peters (D-CA) recently introduced the Debt Stabilization Act, which is based on provisions of The Bipartisan Path Forward.
These provisions were included in Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson's April 2013 deficit reduction proposal, A Bipartisan Path Forward to Securing America's Future.
The National Coalition on Health Care and the Moment of Truth Project have released a new paper analyzing proposed reforms to the Medicare delivery and payment systems.
Asking Medicare beneficiaries, especially those with greater financial means, to pay more for their care, and modernizing cost sharing rules should be part of any package to control Medicare spending in a comprehensive deficit reduction plan
Eliminating the unjustified increases in spending and reduced revenues from the current inaccurate measure of inflation should be a priority for any comprehensive deficit reduction plan.
A closer look at proposed cost-sharing reforms for Medicare
Ed Lorenzen, Executive Director of the Moment of Truth Project, recently testified before the House Ways and Means Committee's Social Security Subcommittee
Our proposal is not our ideal plan, and it is certainly not the only plan. It is an effort to show that a deal is possible in which neither side compromises its principles but instead relies on principled compromise.
Excerpts from articles about "A Bipartisan Path Forward to Securing America's Future"
A principled comprehensive deficit reduction proposal