The Madeleine Brand Show for March 27, 2012

Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Constitutionality Of Health Care Law

Supreme Court starts second day of Affordable Care Act hearings

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on the most controversial aspect of the Affordable Care Act, the individual mandate. Tijinder Singh, editor of SCOTUSblog, talks with Madeleine about which way the court is leaning on the issue.
Rebekah Brooks Resigns As Chief Executive Of News International

New PBS documentary examines the Murdoch phone hacking scandal

Investigative reporter Lowell Bergman joins the show to discuss his latest documentary for PBS, "Murdoch's Scandal," which takes an all-encompassing look at the News Corp. phone hacking controversy.

Drew Tewksbury reviews new albums from Miike Snow and Chromatics

Music critic Drew Tewksbury joins the show with new releases that sound like vintage releases from Chromatics and Miike Snow.
City Board To Introduce Ban On Distribution Of Unsolicited Phone Books

Do you like phone books? Sound Engineer Gordon Henderson doesn't

Gordon Henderson, sound engineer for "The Madeleine Brand Show," talks with Madeline about the endangered phone book. He doesn't think they have any use, but some people are proving him wrong.
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