Aug 07, 2012
If you have a flat-screen TV and a cell phone, can you still be considered poor or below the poverty line? What does it mean to be poor? Joy Cardin discusses these questions with two guests with different viewpoints on how society should measure poverty.
6:00--Aparna Mathur, resident scholar in economic policy studies
at the American Enterprise Institute.
6:30--Jodie Levin-Epstein, Deputy Director of the Center for Law
and Social Policy, an advocacy group for low-income people.
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