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Listener Q&A, Policy Wonkout Edition

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Listener Q&A, Policy Wonkout Edition

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As we close in on the 2020 election season, voters — or at least our audience — appear to be getting hungry for answers about how government policy can impact the economy. We know this because our inbox has been filling up! Today Cardiff Garcia and NPR politics reporter Danielle Kurtzleben field listener questions about the impacts of the 2017 tax cuts and political donations.

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