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Monday, June 02, 2008

The DNC has ruled on the Florida and Michigan delegates, and we analyze the aftermath. Also: We talk to Donald Cresitello, the mayor who would be senator, a day before New Jersey’s state primary. And: money does matter – we take a look at a recent study that says private hospitals provide more aggressive care to dying patients than public ones. But is less really more?

DNC Delegate Decision

The Democrats have met to discuss the fate of the Florida and Michigan delegates. Here to analyze the situation is Liz Halloran, senior writer with U.S. News and World Report, Lesley Clark, national correspondent for the Miami Herald, and Gordon Trowbridge, Washington reporter for the

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Garden State: Frank Lautenberg on Senate Race

New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg (D) talks about his candidacy and tomorrow's Democratic primary.

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Bee-All

Roger Repohl, beekeeper in the South Bronx and entomologist John Ascher, the senior project manager of the Bee Database in the American Museum of Natural History's department of invertebrate zoology, talk about all things bees, honey bees, wild bees and how they’re faring.

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Apartments for Rent: By the Night

John Raskin, director of organizing for Housing Conservation Coordinators, and State Senator Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan, 26th district), discuss the report on the proliferation of apartments being converted to illegal hotel rooms.

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Garden State: Senate Race

Morristown Mayor Donald Cresitello talks about his race for senate and tomorrow's New Jersey state primary.

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More or Less

A recent study that says private hospitals provide more aggressive care to dying patients than public ones. We take a look at end-of-life care with Dr. John Santa, director of the Consumer Reports Health Ratings Center.

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John Raskin



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John Ascher



John Ascher

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Entomologist John Ascher, the senior project manager of the Bee Database in the American Museum of Natural History's department of invertebrate zoology, talked about all ...

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