AEI Politics Watch, Session I

In anticipation of President Obama's State of the Union address, AEI scholars discussed the major domestic policy issues that were likely to dominate in 2010. Norman J. Ornstein began by discussing the political hurdles ahead for the Obama administration. Frederick M. Hess discussed the administration's education initiatives and particularly its education stimulus spending. Thomas P. Miller assessed what is next in the health care debate. Vincent R. Reinhart discussed the economy's health and the administration's plans. Alan D. Viard discussed tax policy under the Obama administration. Mr. Ornstein also moderated.

This event is part of AEI's Politics Watch series.

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Norman J.
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Thomas P.
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Vincent R.
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