D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray (D) joins Kojo, Tom Sherwood and Mike DeBonis in the studio.
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- Robert Atkinson President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
- Gigi B. Sohn President and Founder, Public Knowledge
- Scott Wallsten Vice President for Research, Senior Fellow, Technology Policy Institute; Senior Fellow, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy
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