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Friday, March 13, 2015

The Vile, Socialist, Anti-Christian, Propaganda Edition

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The Justin Harris scandal, Tom Cotton in the spotlight, a bill that would allow private charter school operators to take over schools in academic distress, highlights and lowlights from the General Assembly’s bill filing deadline and the persistence of Judge Wendell Griffen — all covered on this week's podcast. 

Here's a link to the crowdfunding campaign mentioned in the podcast. 

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