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The Roundtable
10:36 am
Mon March 17, 2008

David Boren (aired 3/14/ 08)

Albany, NY – Joe and Julia speak with David Boren who has served as U.S. governor and senator for his home state Oklahoma about his essay entitled, "A Letter to America" that discusses the problems with bipartisanship.

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The Best of Our Knowledge
10:06 am
Mon March 17, 2008

The Best of Our Knowledge # 913

Legislative Gazette
8:54 am
Mon March 17, 2008

The Legislative Gazette #811

Albany, NY – (Airs: 3/14/08 and 3/\\15/08) The Legislative Gazette is a weekly program about New York State Government and politics. On this week's Gazette: Governor Spitzer resigns amid allegations that he was involved in a prostitution ring, we'll have reaction from lawmakers and our political observer Alan Chartock will share his analysis, and we'll take a look at how the Spitzer scandal goes beyond a personal and perhaps criminal misstep.

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Media Project
8:48 am
Mon March 17, 2008

The Media Project #876

Albany, NY – (AIRS: 3/16/08 & 3/17/08) WAMC's Alan Chartock, Times Union Editor Rex Smith and WTEN Anchor Elisa Streeter discuss media coverage of the Eliot Spitzer scandal.

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WAMC New England News
8:38 am
Mon March 17, 2008

Lawmakers look to strengthen mental health parity law.

Montpelier, VT – Vermont lawmakers are considering a bill that would tune up the state's mental health parity law, a decade-old measure designed to make sure health insurer cover illnesses of the mind to an equal degree as those of the body. Sarah LaDuke has more...

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WAMC New York News
8:37 am
Mon March 17, 2008

Analysis: New York's historic moment one of contrasts

Albany, NY – Connecticut governor Rell is to be in Albany, to stand by a man who shares something common with her rising to the job of governor because of another governor's fall. Sarah LaDuke has more...

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WAMC New York News
8:35 am
Mon March 17, 2008

In workplace, blind people find that technological progress hasn't stopped lingering bias.

Albany, NY – Technology and training have improved to the point that blind people can adeptly perform a dazzling array of jobs - soon to include the governorship of New York. The biggest obstacle still in their way, advocates say, is the negative attitude of many employers. Sarah LaDuke has more...

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WAMC New York News
7:43 am
Mon March 17, 2008

Crane collapses on NYC apartment buildings; 4 dead, 17 hurt

NYC – Rescue crews are working to remove a giant crane that smashed a four-story brownstone and damaged several buildings around it in one of the city's worst construction accidents. WAMC's Jill Rontey has more...

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WAMC New York News
7:40 am
Mon March 17, 2008

Old law tied to Spitzer scandal has been used against famous men

NY – One of the charges that Governor Eliot Spitzer could face in the call-girl scandal that cost him his job is one that has been brought against many other famous men in the past century. WAMC's Jill Rontey has more...

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North Country/Adirondacks News
7:37 am
Mon March 17, 2008

Bill calls for look at public records exemptions

VT – The Vermont Senate this week is expected
to take up a bill calling for a systematic look at the exceptions to Vermont's public records law. WAMC's Jill Rontey has more...

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