Posted Wednesday, February 25, 2009
President Obama's first address to a joint session of congress has been billed as a sober assessment of where we are and the challenges we face - but with signs of hope. The new President sets a course for fiscal discipline even as his administration borrows hundreds of billions of dollars. Wednesday on The Sound of Ideas, we’ll discuss his plans for closing the nation's deficit and holding down health care costs. It's a morning after breakdown of the President's prime-time address. Join guest host Tamara Keith, a Washington reporter, and tell us if you feel inspired or gloomy, beginning at 9 on 90.3.
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