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    Alaska Senate Debate

    Alaska Senate candidates Senator Lisa Murkowski (I), Joe Miller (R), and Scott McAdams debated various issues. Republican Senator Murkowski was defeated in the primary by…

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    Islam in the United States

    Bobby Ghosh talked from New York City about his August 30, 2010, Time magazine cover story, “Is America Islamophobic?” Mr. Ghosh talked about the lives of Muslims living in…

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    Whistleblower Protection Act

    Stephen Kohn talked about the role of whistleblowers and legislative efforts to prevent retaliation from employers. The proposed Whistleblower Protection Act is currently stalled in a…

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    Update on Pakistan

    Greg Mortenson talked about the political and economic impact of the recent floods on Pakistan and the education of females in the public schools. He also responded to telephone calls…

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    House Agenda

    Jim Abrams spoke by phone about the House’s one-day return from August recess to vote on a $26.1 billion bill for aid to states, and the ethics charges against Representative Maxine…

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    Electric Car Industry

    Prabhakar Patil talked about the economic impact of public policy decisions on the electric car industry. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Mr. Patil…

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    Republican Party Congressional and Campaign Strategy

    Representative Tom Price talked about the House’s one-day return from August recess to vote on a $26.1 billion aid to the states bill, and he responded to telephone calls and…

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    House Debate on Aid to States

    House Ways and Means Committe Chair Sander Levin talked about House debate on the $26.1 billion bill to aid states. The House was called back from August recess following Senate…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on boosting college graduation rates. A portion of President Obama’s remarks at the University of Texas at Austin on college…

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    Individuals and Health Care Law Implementation

    Michael Cannon talked about aspects of the health care law that affect the individual, health savings accounts, and the individual mandate. He also responded to telephone calls and…

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    Immigration and Republican Party Politics

    Alfonso Aguilar talked about the Arizona immigration law and the effect the subsequent debate is having on the Republican Party’s ability to attract Latino voters. He also…

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    Agriculture Department Racial Discrimination Cases

    John Boyd talked about Senate action on the settlement of long-standing racial discrimination claims by African-American farmers against the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).…

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    Open Phones, Part 2

    Telephone lines were open for comments on the New York Times piece on workers who have been asked to take pay cuts rather than furloughs.

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    Senate Agenda

    Meredith Shiner spoke by phone about the Senate agenda for the week. Topics included the status of energy legislation and the confirmation vote on Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court.

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines were open for comments on the New York Times piece on workers who have been asked to take pay cuts rather than furloughs.

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    Regulation of Community Banks

    Steve Verdier talked about the impact of the new financial regulations bill on small banks and the future establishment of the Consumer Protection Financial Bureau. He responded to…

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    Americans with Disabilities Act

    Senator Tom Harkin talked about the 20th anniversary of the American with Disabilities Act. He also discussed the Democratic agenda to create jobs and responded to telephone calls and…

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    Bush Tax Cuts

    Gerald Prante talked about tax cuts made during the George W. Bush administration that are set to expire at the end of 2010. Among the topics Mr. Prante addressed were the amount of…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for comments on WikiLeaks release of classified military documents on the Afghanistan war.

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    WikiLeaks Release of Classified Documents

    Mike Allen spoke by phone about WikiLeaks' release of classified military documents on the war in Afghanistan. The interview with Mr. Allen begins approximately 3 minutes into the…

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