Washington Journal Summary - - Sunday, March 13, 2011 Opening Shot: 7:00-7:45 Question/Newspaper Articles/Phones Phones: D/R/I Q: 7:45 Break A 7:45-8:30 LAURA MECKLER R/T Wall Street Journal White House Correspondent wsj.com Twitter: @laurameckler Patricia Murphy Citizen Jane Politics Founder and Editor CitizenJanePolitics.com Twitter: @1patriciamurphy Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guests will discuss recent developments at the White House and in Congress, including the latest on the budget negotiations on the bill to fund the federal government through this September, and the bill for the next fiscal year; the situation in Libya and Obama Administration policy on the civil strife there, and the possibility of military intervention in that conflict; rising gas and energy prices; jobs and the economy; and other issues. 8:30 Cartoon Break B SLUG: SUNTOON 8:30-9:15 IAN VASQUEZ (VA-skehz like '?MASK'?-ehz) Cato Institute Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, Director cato.org Phones: D/R/I Topic: On the heels of testimony from Secretary of State Clinton and Treasury Secretary Geithner making the case against cuts to foreign aid, guest will argue for spending cuts to the program 9:15 Break C 9:15-10:00 MICHAEL DOONAN Remote Brandeis University'?s Massachusetts Health Policy Forum, Executive Director masshealthpolicyforum.brandeis.edu Locator: Boston Phones: D/R/I Topic: Guest will offer an analysis of the successes and struggles of Massachusetts statewide health care coverage program (passed under Gov. Mitt Romney in 2006, started in 2008). Touted as a model for President Obama'?s Health Policy Law, the guest will discuss the amount of people covered under the law, the cost of the program for the Commonwealth and for those covered and the programs future. 10:00 Throw to Live/End Show Network Promos HOST: PAUL ORGELmoreless
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