“Services for Children—Historic Preservation—Supreme Court—Wall Street”

July 8, 2010
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs

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Join us on the Capital Thinking Radio Show this week as host Kevin O’Neill talks to Susan Rogers, executive director of the District of Columbia Pediatric Palliative Care Collaboration, about the lack of services for families with dying children. What’s hot in historic preservation? We talk to Catherine Buell, chair of the DC Historic Preservation Review Board and Ken Bernstein from the Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources to find out. What sort of Supreme Court Justice will Elena Kagan be? Stephen I. Vladeck, professor of law at American University, and Nick Allard, a former Senate Judiciary Committee aide, discuss. As the Senate prepares to take up the sweeping financial regulation bill, Micah Green provides an analysis of the impact on Wall Street.

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