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The Roundtable
11:51 am
Fri February 1, 2008

Margot Bean (aired 2/1/08)

Albany, NY – Julia speaks with Margot Bean, the U.S. Federal Commissioner of the Office of Child Support Enforcement. Last fall she took steps toward an international treaty at The Hague, which if ratified, would make it harder for spouses to run to another country to avoid paying for child support.

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The Roundtable
11:33 am
Fri February 1, 2008

February Roundtable Reads- Russel Banks (aired 2/1/08) 1 of 2

Albany, NY – Joe begins his talk with author Russel Reads about his novel, "The Reserve", which is February's Roundtable Reads choice.

The Roundtable
11:15 am
Fri February 1, 2008

Deirdre Bair (aired 1/31/08)

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with author, Deirdre Bair, about her book, "Calling it Quits: Late- Life Divorce and Starting Over".

The Roundtable
11:05 am
Fri February 1, 2008

Vikram Chandra (aired 1/31/08)

Albany, NY – Joe speaks with author Vikram Chandra about his book, "Sacred Games", which is now out in paperback.

51 % The Women's Perspective
10:35 am
Fri February 1, 2008

Surviving the split

Albany, NY – We've all heard the stereotypical divorce story - two spouses split, the mom takes full custody of the kids, and the dad gets behind on child support payments. This story describes fewer and fewer divorces, as joint custody becomes more common and enforcement of child support grows more sophisticated. But internationally, some parents are skipping out on their families by crossing the border into another country - and into another legal system where child support payments are easier to avoid.

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WAMC New York News
8:17 am
Fri February 1, 2008

Daniel Patrick Moynihan's widow endorses Obama

Albany, NY – The widow of Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the Democratic senator who helped Hillary Clinton in her first bid for the Senate, has endorsed Clinton's rival Barack Obama for president. Sarah LaDuke has details...

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WAMC New York News
8:15 am
Fri February 1, 2008

More cities to get counterterror money, including three upstate

Albany, NY – More cities across the country are considered
at high risk of a terrorist attack, according to a new list of funding priorities from the Homeland Security Department. Sarah LaDuke...

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WAMC New York News
8:13 am
Fri February 1, 2008

The Youth Vote Counts in '08

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Albany, NY – With the approaching New York Primary, young Democrats and Republicans are getting more involved in the political process. Observers say the YOUTH VOTE could shake things up come Super Tuesday. Capital District Bureau Chief Dave Lucas reports.

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