Is TRIM in peril?; HIV testing; Metro expansion

March 29, 2012 - 01:04 PM
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Today on NewsTalk, we looked at whether legislation now working its way through the Maryland legislature will mean the end of Prince George’s County’s decades-old property tax cap. We were joined by civic activist Judy Robinson, who fought to get TRIM adopted, and Washington Post reporter Miranda Spivack.
We discussed efforts to make it easier for people to get tested for HIV and Hepatitis C. Joining us: Dr. Gregory Pappas, head of the District’s HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration, and Heather Free of BioScrip Pharmacy.
In our last segments, we discussed the future of the Silver Line, local budget drama, transportation funding, taxes and Project Labor Agreements with Jim Dinegar, head of the Greater Washington Board of Trade.
WATCH today’s interviews here: 


Friday at 10am: Inside the Supreme Court. Also, an urgent plea to help some puppies.

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