Obama's Budget and the Politics of Poverty

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Last year's rare, bi-partisan deals on spending limits and extending the debt ceiling eliminated threats of pushing the country over a "fiscal cliff." But this year's budget debate will be more interesting, rather than less. Both parties will have to reveal their priorities, at the risk of revealing internal divisions in the run-up to primary contests and November's general election. Also, the Crimean parliament votes to join Russia and hold a referendum. On today's Talking Point, why is the College Board making big changes in the SAT?

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