Written by: Matt Grossmann
Primary Source: Michigan Policy Wonk Blog, May 3, 2018
Do we know what we really pay in taxes? Are our political parties united on the issues, the candidates, or the fundamental policies that have traditionally formed them? Listen in for a few answers and a few more questions from State of the State podcasters Matt Grossmann, IPPSR’s Director, Charles Ballard, director of IPPSR’s State of the State Survey and IPPSR Associate Director Arnold Weinfeld. They talk together and share the air with guests monthly.
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