Today on NewsTalk, we discussed the Government Accountability Office’s recommendations for Metro – specifically their conclusion that the WMATA board micromanages day-to-day operations. Our guest: WTOP reporter Adam Tuss.
Then, Dr. Amie Hsia, medical director of the Stroke Center at Washington Hospital Center, talked about a new study showing that African-Americans suffering stroke symptoms were less likely to call for help right away than whites. As a result, they are less likely to be given the one drug the FDA has approved for stroke victims.
More after the jump...
In our last segment, Washington Post reporter Miranda Spivack talked about the breaking news out of Upper Marlboro – the resignation of Prince George’s Councilwoman Leslie Johnson.
If you missed any of today’s show, the link to the full hour is here:
Wednesday at 10am: Analysis of the Leslie Johnson saga and Jim Dickson of the American Association of People with Disabilities