Roughly Speaking: Supreme Court battle, Bernie Sanders' surprising campaign (episode 53)

In this podcast:

  • 1:34: Michael Greenberger, professor at the University of Maryland School of Law who has argued cases before the Supreme Court, talks about the looming battle between President Obama and the Republican-controlled Senate over the replacement for the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Michael Greenberger is also Founder and Director of the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security. He worked for the Justice Department and is an expert in financial regulation. He was for 20 years a partner in the Washington law firm of Shea & Gardner, and during that time argued cases before federal appellate courts and the Supreme Court.

  • 18:07: Michael Reisch, a leading expert on government social policy, gives his views of the presidential candidacy of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Democratic socialist who wants to replace Obamacare with a Medicare-for-all, single-payer health care system. Reisch is the Daniel Thurz Distinguished Professor of Social Justice at University of Maryland School of Social Work.



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