The Madeleine Brand Show for March 23, 2012

Paul Clement outside the Supreme Court

The man building the case against the Affordable Care Act

Jason Zengerle of New York Magazine profiles Paul Clement, the lead counsel for the case against President Obama's Affordable Care Act.
The California Report

Uninsured, But Still Against Health Care Law

Sarah Varney reports on how the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on federal health law will affect the largely conservative and agricultural region of Madera County.
Trayvon Martin Rally

'If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon'

James Patterson discusses President Obama's recent comments on the shooting death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin.
Mass Effect 3

Video game company responds to fan outrage

Seamus Blackley discusses BioWare's recent decision to create a new ending for the video game Mass Effect 3. Fans petitioned the company to change the original ending.

New book details the life of a man who lives without money

Daniel Suelo lives without money. Back in 2000, he left his remaining dollars in a phone booth. Madeleine Brand talks with Suelo and Mark Sundeen, who wrote about Suelo's life in a new book.
Jon Hamm & Co. bring "Mad Men" back to AMC this Sunday

Weekend Alibi: Suggestions for a swinging weekend

Things to do while you wait for the return of "Mad Men" Sunday night.

Dinner Party Download: Amazon street view, Brando, the Internet

Rico Gagliano and Brendan Francis Newnam, hosts of The Dinner Party, join Madeleine for their weekly booster shot of cultural news.
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