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The Midday Weekly Review: Friday Oct. 18, 12-1 p.m.

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A look at the week’s most interesting news stories of the region with the reporters and editors who covered them. This week: A Supreme Court case tests Maryland’s limits on direct campaign contributions. It could be the sequel to Citizens United. Prof. Mark Graber of the University of Maryland Law School explains that matter for us today on the Weekly Review. Then, Obamacare has had a bumpy ride in its first two weeks; Jay Hancock of Kaiser Health News tells us just how turbulent the takeoff has been. Also, Barry Rascovar talks about Maryland attorney general Doug Gansler’s up-and-down week as a gubernatorial candidate. And Midday critic Christopher Llewellyn Reed reviews three films, including The Fifth Estate; Plus, we’ll tell you about an upcoming community conversation about the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case, and about the Baltimore area's newest hike-bike trail.



 

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