Friday, September 14, 2012

The Mark Martin Fired Santa Claus Edition

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Drama at a Legislative Joint Auditing Committee meeting, the casino amendment’s day in court, the latest from the secretary of state’s office, Gov. Beebe's formal endorsement of Medicaid expansion — all covered on this week's podcast. Plus, Max endorses The Kebab House and I sing the praises of Richard Scarry, especially his masterpiece, "Cars and Trucks and Things That Go." AND we plug The Arkansas Times Festival of Ideas, the must-do event for next weekend.

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