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Capital Thinking – Squire Patton Boggs

Capital Thinking – Squire Patton Boggs

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July 29th 2010:FINANCIAL REGULATION – COPYRIGHT LAW – TOP SECRET AGENCIES

Join us on the Capital Thinking Radio Show this week as host Kevin O’Neill talks to financial overhaul authority Kirsten Wegner and Jane Knodell, senior vice president of economics at the University of Vermont, about what Wall Street can expect from the newly passed financial regulation bill. Next, Leah Nylen, managing editor of Main Justice, discusses the controversy over the Wikileak disclosure and Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn’s use of a copyrighted photo of McGruff the Crime Dog in his most recent report for pork-barrel spending at the Department of Justice. Are there too many secret agen

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1412/capital-thinking-squire-patton-boggs Capital Thinking – Squire Patton Boggs https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1412/capital-thinking-squire-patton-boggs Join us on the Capital Thinking Radio Show this week as host Kevin O’Neill talks to financial overhaul authority Kirsten Wegner and Jane Knodell, senior vice president of economics at the University of Vermont, about what Wall Street can expect from the newly passed financial regulation bill. Next, Leah Nylen, managing editor of Main Justice, discusses the controversy over the Wikileak disclosure and Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn’s use of a copyrighted photo of McGruff the Crime Dog in his most recent report for pork-barrel spending at the Department of Justice. Are there too many secret agencies in the U.S. to manage effectively? Retired Colonel John C. Garrett discusses the recent Washington Post series about the dramatic growth in homeland security and defense agencies since 9/11. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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