Washington Journal Summary - - Saturday, March 12, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: 7:05 On the Phone Phoner ROGER ABRAMS (Photo ID NOT avail) Northeastern University Richardson Professor of Law Topic: Guest will discuss latest on negotiations between NFL owners and players. 7:15 On the Phone Phoner HAGIT LIMOR (Ha-GEET LIM-or) WCPO-TV, Cincinnati (Photo ID avail) Investigative Reporter Topic: Guest was in Tokyo, Japan during Friday'?s earthquake and tsunami. She traveled to Hiroshima last night, and joins us this morning with an update. 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 WILLIAM MILLAR (mih-LARR) American Public Transportation Association President apta.com Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest will discuss the effect that rapidly rising gas prices are having on the nation'?s public transportation systems. The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is having its annual legislative conference next week starting on Monday, March 14, where public transit and business leaders will be lobbying Congress to pass a surface transportation bill. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: SATTOON 8:30-9:15 FRANK GAFFNEY Center for Security Policy President & CEO centerforsecuritypolicy.org Twitter: @frankgaffney Phones: D/R/I Topic: His views on how the United States should respond to the situation in Libya and the challenge that Libyans are mounting against Col. Moammar Gadhafi'?s (MOO'-ah-mar gah-DAH'-fee), rule. Our conversation will also include the pros and cons of U.S. military intervention in the region, what actions multi-national organizations like NATO and the UN should take in Libya. 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 FRANCISCO NEGRON (neh-GRON rhymes with '?Don'?) National School Boards Association General Counsel nsba.org Phones: D/R/I Topic: Discuss federal laws that deal with the issue of bullying at schools. This week, the White House held a second forum looking at the topic. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Networkmoreless
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