Archive for March 2015

Atty. General Karl Racine; SCOTUS to Rule on Obamacare; Metro Searches for New GM; Planning for Retirement

March 6, 2015 - 11:51 AM

DC Attorney General Karl Racine talked about the tension between the city and congressional leaders on the legalization of marijuana.

The Supreme Court hears a challenge to the Affordable Care Act subsidies. Ken Jost, who writes the Jost on Justice blog, told us what it was like inside the courtroom.

And DC Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie (D-Ward 5) talked about Metro’s search for a new GM, marijuana legalization and the DCPS initiative aimed at helping boys of color.

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VA Assembly Concludes; Latest Fallout From the Geer Case; Obamacare Case Goes Before SCOTUS; More Winter Weather for DC Area

March 4, 2015 - 12:27 PM

Sen. Barbara Favola, Del. Tim Hugo and reporter Michael Pope discussed this year's legislative session in Richmond.

Michael talked about the latest fallout from the Geer case in Fairfax.

Politico's Joanne Kenen looked at the Obamacare challenge that is before the Supreme Court today.

And meteorologist Brian van de Graaff joined us with the latest on tomorrow's forecast.

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March 3, 2015 - 02:25 PM

Today on NewsTalk, Bruce DePuyt spoke with Center Maryland Columnist, Josh Kurtz about Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski's retirement announcement.

Peaceoholics Co-Founder and Community Organizer Ron Moten spoke about taking a group of young people to Selma. Alabama for the 50th Anniversary Events of "bloody Sunday."

Political reporter for Politico Gabriel Debendetti talked about a new report revealing Hillary Clinton used her private email account exclusively while she was Secretary of State.

It's been a very rough winter and it's not over yet. Meteorologist Brian Van De Graaff talked about the challenging forecast for the next couple of days.

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DC GOP Tells Hill: Back Off; Congress Reaches DHS Compromise...Sort of; Growing Pot 101

March 2, 2015 - 12:43 PM

DC Republican activist Patrick Mara looked at the tension between the Hill and the city on marijuana legalization.

Former Congressman Jim Moran and Politico Senior Policy Reporter David Nather talked about the conservative rebellion that caused the House to come up short on DHS funding this weekend.

Washington Post gardening columnist Adrian Higgins offered advice on how to 'grow your own.'

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