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Friday, August 10, 2012

The Suppress the Vote Edition

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An unfortunate development in Herb Rule’s run for congress, conspiracy theories from the Secretary of State’s office, the downfall of Marc Smirnoff at the Oxford American, redevelopment of Little Rock's Main Street—all covered on this week's podcast.

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