Hidden In the Partisan Budget Divide: An Agreement on Evidence-based Policy

Presidential budgets are often greeted with little enthusiasm when Congress is controlled by the opposite party. This year’s Obama budget is no exception. But buried within the president’s $4.15 trillion budget are recommendations on evidence-based policymaking that may prove more influential than some expect.

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