There's No Debate: Presidential Candidates Must Address Debt
September 28, 2012
As President Obama and Former Governor Romney square off in the presidential debates, fiscal and economic issues top the agenda. How would each candidate fix the debt and put America on a more sustainable fiscal path? We asked experts on both sides of the aisle to weigh in on the challenges that must be addressed.
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