John Vihstadt; 10 Years Since First Gay Unions; "Turn Around Don't Drown"

May 19, 2014 - 12:33 PM
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Today on NewsTalk:

Arlington Supervisor John Vihstadt, an independent, talked about his surprise win in last month's special election and the controversy over the proposed Columbia Pike streetcar line, whose price tag has ballooned amidst concerns ridership won't justify the expense.

Then, Joe Grabowski of the National Organization for Marriage talked about the 10th anniversary of the country's first same-sex unions, in Massachusetts, and NOM's upcoming rally on the Mall.

And John Townsend of AAA-Mid Atlantic discussed the importance of staying safe on flooded roads.

Watch today's full hour in the clips below.

Click "Continue Reading" to see segments 2 through 4.









Tuesday at 10am: DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier

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