Posted Tuesday, September 25, 2007
After the flap over Moveon.org's now famous General Petraeus ad, Senator Sherrod Brown took some criticism when he voted against a senate statement of support for Petraeus. It sounds like politics is alive and well in Washington. Senator Brown has been directing his energy toward housing, health insurance, and food and product safety. He'll join us to talk about those issues and take your calls. That's in the second half of our program. To warm us up, we'll hear from NPR's political editor Ken Rudin in a special Midwest edition of the Political Junkie. One part politician, one part Political Junkie--sounds like the perfect political cocktail. Tuesday morning at nine.
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