Episode 104 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.
Coming up on today’s show, we have Slate Senior Editor Dahlia Lithwick here to give us her first hand account from inside the Supreme Court health care case.
We also have Kate Sheppard from Mother Jones Magazine back on the show to discuss how a new Pennsylvania law on hydro-fracking may impair doctors from properly treating their patients.
Plus, we have Brendan Fisher from the Center For Media And Democracy’s PR Watch back on the show to discuss how the conservative legislative group ALEC has pushed Stand Your Ground laws, like the one in the Trevon Martin case, all over the country.
We’ll also discuss why Mitt Romney finds firing people humorous, the Budget For All by Congressional Progressive Caucus, the police surveillance video of Trevon Martin’s killer, and the NRA’s “Conceal and Carry” hoodie.
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