Mattea Kramer

National Priorities Project

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Director of Research at the National Priorities Project

Mattea Kramer on KCRW

As Americans scramble to fill-out their tax forms before midnight tonight, there’s a lot of mumbling and grumbling about where our tax dollars actually go.

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As Americans scramble to fill-out their tax forms before midnight tonight, there’s a lot of mumbling and grumbling about where our tax dollars actually go.

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The federal budget is all about priorities, and President Obama says economic inequality is the defining issue for America's next generation.

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The federal budget is all about priorities, and President Obama says economic inequality is the defining issue for America's next generation.

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