Many observers of Washington and the state of our national political system today are concerned about the lack of important legislation passed by our elected representatives in Congress. Are politicians more concerned with funding their reelections and avoiding negative sound bites than with doing their jobs and helping the people they swear to serve? To help think more deeply about this question, State of Belief welcomes Greg Lebel, Assistant Professor of Political Management at George Washington University to talk about whether politics are trumping policy in matters of vital significance to the United States.

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