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May 12, 2017

05/12/2017: Planes, trains and automobiles

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We've got your infrastructure woes this week, plus we look into Los Angeles' metro expansion. Then, Georgetown law professor Laura Donohue explains what government investigations cost the public, and author Zeynep Tufekci and Lizzie discuss modern-day protests that are happening…

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We’ve got your infrastructure woes this week, plus we look into Los Angeles’ metro expansion. Then, Georgetown law professor Laura Donohue explains what government investigations cost the public, and author Zeynep Tufekci and Lizzie discuss modern-day protests that are happening via social media. Plus, just in time for Mother’s Day, Lizzie stops by a stationery and greeting card store whose business is booming.