It’s “Your Turn” to share your views about the stories Washingtonians are talking about ––from a rollback on federal health care subsidies to the name change of a Virginia high school named after a Confederate general.
The crisis in the housing market is forcing families and entire neighborhoods to confront difficult ethical questions: If you’re “upside-down” on a mortgage, is it okay to walk away from it? When is it acceptable to break a contract? Kojo considers what happens when personal financial decisions intersect with community responsibilities.
- Russell Roberts Professor of Economics, Mercatus Center at George Mason University
- Harold Meyerson Columnist, Washington Post; Editor at Large, The American Prospect
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