Archive for category Race for 2014 July 2014

Metro's Silver Line; WTT Playoffs Begin; The Clinton Wars, Again; 'Skins Training Camp

July 24, 2014 - 01:09 PM
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WTOP's Max Smith talked about the opening of Metro's Silver Line.

Washington Kastles owner Mark Ein previewed tonight's Eastern Conference playoff battle against Philadelphia.

Politico's Steve Shepard talked about the renewal of the 'Clinton wars.'

And as Washington's training camp opens in Richmond, Q&A with our Monica McNutt.

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Immigration Crisis; Repealing Obamacare; Disconnecting from the workplace; Sarvis for VA Senate

July 11, 2014 - 11:49 AM
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Politico's Roger Simon talked about the border crisis.


Do you have trouble disconnecting from work while on vacation? We talked with workplace expert Mary Abbajay.

And Libertarian Robert Sarvis discussed his bid for the U.S. Senate from Virginia

 

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Boehner VS. Obama; Bowser Turns Down Debates; World Cup Semis Preview

July 8, 2014 - 02:01 PM
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Politico's Dan Berman discussed House Speaker John Boehner's threat to sue President Obama.

Washingtonian editor-at-large Harry Jaffe shared his thoughts on former mayor Anthony Williams's endorsement of Muriel Bowser.

And Coach Richard Broad previewed this week's World Cup semi-finals.

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Factory Farm Abuse; VA GOP Prevails on Medicaid; Low Voter Turnout

July 1, 2014 - 08:58 AM
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Erica Meier of Compassion Over Killing talked about the proposal to ban the shooting of undercover video at factory farms.

Plus, we discussed the latest on the Virginia legislature’s battle with Gov. McAuliffe over Medicaid expansion. Delegates Mark Sickles (D) and Tag Greason (R) shared their views.

And, Montgomery County sees unusually low turnout in the gubernatorial primary. Councilman Hans Riemer talked about possible ways to boost voter participation.
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