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Washington Journal for Monday, March 11

Washington, DC
Monday, March 11, 2013

Gene Karpinski, League of Conservation Voters President

 
Topic: Guest will react to President Obama’s nominees to run the Interior Department and the Environmental Protection Agency, and will share the League of Conservation Voters’ “Scorecard” on Congress’s 2012 environmental record, which he calls the worst on record.  He’ll also talk about environmental priorities in 2013 and what he expects to see from Washington, from climate change regulation to the Keystone XL Pipeline.   
 
Brian Brown, National Organization for Marriage President 
 
Topic: As the Supreme Court prepares to hear same-sex marriage cases later this month, a look at same-sex marriage in the U.S. from the view of an opponent.  
 
Stuart Bowen, Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction
 
Topic: The Inspector General’s final report on Iraq Reconstruction shows approximately $60B spent supporting programs and projects since 2003.  Guest will break down how the money was spent, what’s been accomplished with and reaction to U.S. efforts from key Iraqi and U.S. leadership.

Updated: Monday, March 11, 2013 at 10:59am (ET)

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