The National Priorities Project, a small Northampton nonprofit funded primarily through individual donations of $50 or less, was recently nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. The group’s policy and economics experts dig into the annual budget and disseminate their analysis to increase understanding of how the nation spends its money. National Priorities Project executive director Jo Comerford spoke with reporter Megan Woolhouse. Here’s what she found out.
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