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Paul Ryan Comparison Table

Paul Ryan Comparison Table

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Published by: Committee For a Responsible Federal Budget on Aug 15, 2012
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 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget 
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Paul Ryan’s Budget Proposals
BudgetCategoryRoadmap 1(2008)Roadmap 2(2010)Path to Prosperity 1(2011)Path to Prosperity 2(2012)Discretionary
 Defense/ Security
Details unspecified, butnon-entitlement spending isestimated to grow aboveinflation
Unspecified, but defensespending appears to growwith inflation
Fulfills President’s defenserequest (above BCA levels)
Reprioritizes most securitysavings from BCA andsequester to non-defense
Retains sequester for 2014and beyond.Non-Defense(NDD)/ Non-Security (NSD)
 
Details unspecified, butnon-entitlement spending isestimated to grow aboveinflation
 
Freezes NDD at 2009levels through 2019
 
Indexes to CPI+.7%thereafter
 
Cuts NSD to 2006 levels,freezes for 5 years
Indexes to inflationthereafter
Reduces NSD by ~$20 B in2013, reallocates securitysavings to non-security infuture years.
Retains sequester for 2014and beyond.
Health Care
 Medicare
Premium support forbeneficiaries who arecurrently under 55, indexedto halfway between generaland medical inflation
Means-tested premiums forhigher earners
Phases out DSH payments
Premium support forbeneficiaries who arecurrently under 55, indexedto halfway between generaland medical inflation
Means-tested premiums forhigher earners
Raises Medicare age from65 to 69.5 by 2022
Premium support forbeneficiaries who arecurrently under 55, indexedto inflation per beneficiary
Increases Medicareeligibility age to 67 by 2month intervals each yearbeginning in 2023
Assumes doc fixes areoffset (unspecified)
Premium support forbeneficiaries who arecurrently under 55, withFFS Medicare competing,indexed to GDP+0.5% perbeneficiary
Means-tested premiums forhigher earners
Increases Medicareeligibility age to 67 between2023 and 2036
Assumes doc fixes areoffset (unspecified)Medicaid
Allows states to participatein tax credit plan or blockgrants current Medicaidprogram, grows by inflationplus population
Block grants long-termcare, indexed to halfwaybetween general andmedical inflation pluspopulation
Replaces Medicaid acutecare w/ subsidies for private
Block grants all Medicaid in2013, grows by inflationplus population
Block grants in 2013, growsby inflation plus population
 
 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget 
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BudgetCategoryRoadmap 1(2008)Roadmap 2(2010)Path to Prosperity 1(2011)Path to Prosperity 2(2012)
insuranceOther
Replaces health insurancetax exclusion with taxcredits indexed to halfwaybetween general andmedical inflation pluspopulation
Enacts tort reform
Replaces health insurancetax exclusion with taxcredits indexed to halfwaybetween general andmedical inflation pluspopulation
Enacts tort reform
Repeals coverageprovisions of PPACA;keeps most spending cuts
Enacts tort reform
Repeals coverageprovisions of PPACA;keeps most spending cutsand revenue
Enacts tort reform
Social Security
 Social Security
Indexes retirement age tolongevity
Implements progressiveprice indexing
Creates minimum benefit at120% of FPL
Offers optional individualaccounts
Indexes retirement age tolongevity
Implements progressiveprice indexing
Creates minimum benefit at120% of FPL
Offers optional individualaccounts
Sets up reform trigger,where President andCongress are required toconsider reforms underexpedited process
Sets up reform trigger,where President andCongress are required toconsider reforms underexpedited process
Other Mandatory
 
Consolidates and reforms job training programs
Repeals most unobligatedfunds from AmericanRecovery & ReinvestmentAct
Reduces TARP authority
Block grants food stampsand limits spending,increases to inflation andpopulation growth beginningin 2015
Consolidates and reforms job training programs
Eliminated in-school interestsubsidies forundergraduates andgraduate students
Restricts FDIC too-big-to-fail authority
Expands spectrum auctions
Reduces farm subsidies
Reforms civil serviceretirement
Block grants food stampsand limits spending,increases to inflation andpopulation growthbeginning in 2016
Consolidates and reforms job training programs
Reduces student loansubsidies
Reduces farm subsidies
Reforms civil serviceretirement
Sells excess federal assetsand property
Privatizes Fannie andFreddie
Reforms PBGC

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