A Virginia State Senator joins us to talk about the ongoing struggle to pass a budget in the Commonwealth. A former Obama appointee tells us why he's running for Prince George's County executive. From Metro to Medicaid, we talk about the week's biggest regional news on the Politics Hour.
It’s “your turn” to set the agenda and share your views about conversations taking place in our region. The city of Baltimore removed its Confederate memorials in the night, and Annapolis is also considering removing some of its landmarks as well. Now, Richmond could be at the center of the next debate in Virginia. We also want to hear from you. How do you address controversial symbols in your community? We’ll also discuss a recent incident at a D.C. public pool, where a man with a swastika tattoo was asked to leave.
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- Christy Coleman Co-chair, Monument Avenue Commission, CEO of The American Civil War Museum
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