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Friday, March 8, 2013

The Good, the Bad and the Weird Edition

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The good, the bad and the weird at the General Assembly—scarification, knife regulation, minimum wage, the end of zoning, abortion, expansion—it's all covered on this week's edition. David Ramsey fills in for Max again.

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