Listen to Strimling and Harriman discuss public policy options around the Newtown massacre. From mental health services to gun control to violence in video games, they take it all up and try to define a path going forward. They also touch on the fiscal cliff talks in Washington and the latest rumors regarding the announcement of committee chairs in Augusta. Click below for the audio.
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