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The government has decided to reduce the degree to which it sorts Israelis by their ethnic identity in reporting family expenses. Don, Noah and journalist-extraordinaire Naomi Zeveloff discuss whether data that shapes economic policy should pay less attention to Israeli families’ cultural roots, be they Moroccan, Ethiopian or French.

This is a segment from The “38 Billion Bucks” Edition.

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