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4/23/2014
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Washington Journal: Gaming Industry

Bloomberg Industries Gaming Analyst Brian Miller talks about a trend in the U.S. gaming industry that shows casino revenue is falling, prompting states to warn...
4/23/2014
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Washington Journal: Consumers' Right to Sue Policy

Consumers Union Senior Policy Counsel Ami Gadhia discusses consumers' right to sue following General Mills change to and subsequent reversal of its legal terms.
4/23/2014
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Washington Journal: Sentencing Reform

Vikrant Reddy, Right on Crime senior policy analyst, discusses efforts in Texas to reduce prison populations. A bill to scale back mandatory minimums and restore...
4/23/2014
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Washington Journal: Viewer Calls

Telephone lines are open for viewer comments on the Supreme Court's ruling to support Michigan's ban on affirmative action.
4/23/2014
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Washington Journal: Supreme Court on MI State University Admission

USA Today Supreme Court Reporter Richard Wolf talks about the Supreme Court's decision to uphold Michigan's ban on the use of racial preferences in university...
4/22/2014
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Washington Journal: Young Voters and the Political Process

Robert "Biko" Baker, League of young voters Executive Director, discusses the role of young voters in the political process and mobilizing young people to run...
4/22/2014
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Washington Journal: Annual Report to Congress

IRS National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson discusses the issues found in her recently submitted annual report to Congress. Some of the highlighted issues in the...
4/22/2014
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Washington Journal: Shrinking Deficits

Maya MacGuineas, the president of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, discusses the current trend of shrinking deficits and what it means for tackling...
4/22/2014
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Washington Journal: Viewer Calls

Telephone lines are open and viewers comment on their standard of living over the past decade.
4/21/2014
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Washington Journal: Energy Tax Credits

"National Journal"'s Ben Geman talks about a series of tax credits aimed at energy producers, in paritcular those producers involved with renewable fuels.
4/21/2014
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Washington Journal: Health Insurance Exchanges and Enrollment

"Kaiser Health News"' Jay Hancock talks about how the health insurance industry is responding to the Affordable Care Act.
4/21/2014
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Washington Journal: President Obama's Trip to Asia

Michael Green of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) talks about President Obama's upcoming trip to Asia and the administration's strategy to "pivot"...
4/21/2014
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Washington Journal: Viewer Calls

Telephone lines are open for comments on a question that asks viewers for their interpretation of the first amendment.
4/20/2014
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Washington Journal: Russian Intervention in Ukraine

Matthew Rojansky, director of the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute, talks about Russia's intervention in Ukraine and Russian President Vladimir Putin's comment that Ukraine is "on...
4/20/2014
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Washington Journal: Federal Reserve and U.S. Economy

Danielle Kurtzleben talks about steps the Federal Reserve can implement to help stabilize the economy, including requiring the largest U.S. banks to hold on to...
4/20/2014
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Washington Journal: Unemployment and Job Creation

The Economic Policy Institute's Ross Eisenbrey and the Cato Institute's Daniel Mitchell talk about unemployment in the U.S. and how to create private and public...
4/20/2014
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Washington Journal: Viewer Calls

Telephone lines are open for viewer comments on news of the day.
4/19/2014
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Washington Journal: Online Privacy and Identity Theft

The Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project Director Lee Rainie talks about a study put together by his center, which found that 18...
4/19/2014
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Washington Journal: Clean Water Act Amendment

Annie Snider talks about a proposal from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Army Corps of Engineers that would amend the Clean Water Act...
4/19/2014
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Washington Journal: Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy

"Los Angeles Times" economics correspondent Don Lee talks about the Federal Reserve and potential actions it can take regarding monetary policy.
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