Elizabeth Chacon

Resident of Downey, CA

Guest

Mother of three in Downey, CA

Elizabeth Chacon on KCRW

President Obama is expected to spend a lot of his State of the Union address talking about the growing income gap between the rich and the poor.

Fault Lines: Living in the Middle

President Obama is expected to spend a lot of his State of the Union address talking about the growing income gap between the rich and the poor.

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