Healthcare Endgame

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Thursday, March 18, 2010

The latest final push for healthcare reform is coming to a head. Ezra Klein, a columnist for the Washington Post and Newsweek, takes us through the last-gasp arguments for and against reform. Plus: looking closer at the Soda Tax, a radio guide to your Census form, and our weekly check in with tech guru Peter Rojas. This week: can Microsoft ever be cool again?

Just Launched! "10 Questions That Count" Census Home Page


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Who Gets to Regulate Banks?

Sewell Chan, New York Times Washington correspondent, discusses the Dodd banking reform bill, the Federal Reserve's fight to retain control over banks, and the passage of the jobs bill.

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New York Soda Tax

Nelson Eusebio, executive director of the National Supermarket Association and chairman of the coalition New Yorkers Against Unfair Taxes, talks about why he opposes the proposed tax on sugared soda.

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Inspector Gadget: Is Microsoft Cool Again?

Peter Rojas, tech guru and founder of, Engadget, and Gizmodo, is in studio for the third installment of the month-long series on technology.

Today’s Topic: Is Microsoft getting cool again?

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Census: The 10 Questions

Assistant Regional Census Manager Allison Cenac walks listeners through the 2010 Census form, question by question.

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Healthcare Finale?

Ezra Klein, columnist for the Washington Post and Newsweek, on the grainy details of the most recent "final" push toward healthcare reform.

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Open Phones: Your 11th Question

The Census form is asking 10 Questions this year, but the real story of who we are is much more complex. So, what one extra question would you like to ask everyone in America?

Submit your 11th question ideas at the 10 Questions that Count home ...

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