Errol takes "You Decide" on the road to Little Rock, Arkansas, where former President Bill Clinton sat down for a conversation on his 25-year effort to fight income inequality.
The former president reflects on his time as governor of Arkansas, and discusses whether his economic policies as president made a difference, including his 1993 legislation to provide federal support for community development financial institutions to help low-income communities. And he talks about the one proposal he wished was enacted to help those living in New York City public housing.
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