Catching Up with America's Domestic Agenda

Medicare, homelessness, housing, day care, the minimum wage — these issues have been largely eclipsed since April by news from Iraq. NPR's Tavis Smiley discusses the U.S. domestic agenda with Ron Walters of The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, and NPR's Ken Rudin.

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