50 years ago, the Poor People's Campaign advocated for economic justice for poor Americans. What does that fight look like today?
Guest Host: Jennifer Golbeck
Last month, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed into law a measure to get tougher on drunk drivers. It’s an issue people in the D.C. region are particularly sensitive to — especially in the wake of a series of fatal accidents that left local communities reeling. We explore how the landscape is changing for the enforcement of drunk driving rules, and where the conversation is likely to go next.
- Jamin Raskin Member, Maryland State Senate (D- Dist. 20 Montgomery County); and Professor of Law, American University's Washington College of Law
- Benjamin Kramer Member, Maryland House of Delegates (D-Montgomery County)
- Richard Leotta Montgomery County Resident
- Thomas Manger Montgomery County Police Chief; President of the Major Cities Chiefs Police Association
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