WJHU-Radio Program Notes This week on The Marc Steiner Show: ù Tuesday, March 14: How can the quality of city life be improved? Guests include Larry Agran, former mayor of Irvine, Calif.; Ken Strong, director of the Baltimore City Solid Waste Department; and Maryland state delegate Salima Marriott. ù Wednesday, March 15: A debate on tort reform. Three measures passed by the House and awaiting approval by the Senate would significantly alter citizens' access to the courts. Guests include Sherman Joyce of the American Tort Reform Association, and a member of a public interest group critical of the legislation. ù Thursday, March 16: A debate on the crime bill and the Bill of Rights, part of a continuing series on the Bill of Rights. How will the crime bill, with its relaxation of search and seizure laws, affect the Fourth Amendment and other parts of the Bill of Rights? Guests include Eric Sterling, director of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, and a Republican member of Congress. The Marc Steiner Show is a public affairs call-in program broadcast every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on WJHU, 88.1 FM. Topics and guests are subject to change. For more information, call 516-WJHU.
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