NPR FOR THE DEAF: We Hear It Even When You Can’t

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Clint Eastwood has examined the Battle of Iwo Jima in two recent films. His latest movie, Letters from Iwo Jima, explores the perspective of the Japanese soldiers who fought it.

Last month, JONATHAN NEWMAN resigned as chairman of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. Marty talks with him about his work and experiences in Harrisburg overseeing the $1.7 billion state store system.

HOUR 2 Should NJ abolish its death penalty? A recent report by the New Jersey Death Penalty Commission recommends that lawmakers vote to end capitol punishment. NJ re-instated the death penalty in 1982, but has not carried a single execution since. Currently there are 11 people on NJ’s death row. We’ll talk with two of the Commission’s members: KEVIN HAVERTY who is an attorney in Cherry Hill with Williams, Cuker Berezofsky, and EDWARD DeFAZIO the Hudson County Prosecutor based in Jersey City.
Beloved LCB Booze Boss Resigns In Protest Of Fast Eddy?s Double Cross, Turns Out Harrisburg Is A Sleazy Speakeasy Of Backroom Deals And Bullshit As Usual–WHO KNEW?

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