Raid at lawmaker’s home; Montgomery considers teen curfew; Robert Ehrlich

December 2, 2011 - 02:35 PM
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Today on NewsTalk, ABC 7’s Sam Ford, who broke the news that FBI agents were conducting a raid at the home of DC Councilman Harry “Tommy” Thomas, Jr., provided a live report from the scene. We then spoke with legal analyst A. Scott Bolden, who talked about the significance of today’s search.

Montgomery County Councilman Phil Andrews discussed the proposed teen curfew and the friction between the Montgomery police union and the county. Andrews is an opponent of the curfew and he explains the management changes Chief Tom Manger is looking to implement.

And former Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich talked about the race for the White House, the economy, the Occupy Wall Street protests and his new book, “Turn This Car Around.”

WATCH today’s interviews here:

 

Monday at 10am: The latest on the Thomas investigation and analysis of Herman Cain’s “big announcement.”

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