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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

President Obama campaigns for Gov. Jon Corzine today in New Jersey. What would it mean for the president’s agenda if the blue state went red in November? Plus, on safari on the 7 line; a 30 Issues in 30 Days look at medical marijuana; and Planet Money’s Adam Davidson on regulatory reform.

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Adam Davidson

Obama Goes to New Jersey

Yesterday the President was in NYC, and today he stumps in New Jersey for Jon Corzine. Star-Ledger political reporter Josh Margolin and Chris Cillizza, who writes The Fix column for the Washington Post, discuss the impact of the visit and the latest in the gubernatorial ...

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Following the Money

Adam Davidson, NPR's international business and economics correspondent, talks about his continuing coverage of the economic crisis for NPR's Planet Money and the latest plans to restructure Wall St. regulation.

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30 Issues, Day 23: Marijuana

Harry Levine, professor of sociology at Queens College, discusses his findings of racially-biased marijuana arrests in New York City and David Evans, executive director of Drug Free Schools Coalition, talks about New Jersey's medicinal marijuana legislation.

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Wild Life on the 7 Line

Janette Kim, director of the Urban Landscape Lab at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and Glen Cummings, founder of the graphic design firm MTWTF, talk about Safari 7, the reading room and podcast tour of the “political ecology” along the 7 subway line, ...

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Wordnik: Extra Innings

Yesterday on the program Erin McKean, co-founder of and former editor-in-chief for American Dictionaries at Oxford University Press, discussed some of the stranger baseball terms out there. There simply wasn't enough time to get to them all, so she follows up on what exactly a "can of ...

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