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Patt Morrison for May 18, 2012




A poster is seen below a message board that is announcing Facebook's IPO price in Times Square on May 17, 2012 in New York City. Facebook will list their IPO on Nasdaq on Friday morning with an opening price of $38 per share.
A poster is seen below a message board that is announcing Facebook's IPO price in Times Square on May 17, 2012 in New York City. Facebook will list their IPO on Nasdaq on Friday morning with an opening price of $38 per share.
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Facebook is officially public. Now what? Plus, the minority party always likes the filibuster because it can make one senator more powerful than fifty-nine senators, but is it time to bid the filibuster adieu? Can the Senate really quit its ability to throw a wrench in its own works? And could there even be enough votes to vote on it? Plus, the dogs of war. Patt talks to Maria Goodavage, author of "Soldier Dogs," about the all-draft army that goes on four legs, next time at one o’clock.