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with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace for Monday, July 8, 2013

Guess who's back? New York ex-governor Eliot Spitzer -- and he wants to be NYC's comptroller. Meanwhile, in North Carolina people are gathering at the state's capitol to protest the legislature's cuts to the poor. But these "Moral Mondays" illustrate a deep schism in Christianity. And should student-athletes be paid for their services? It's a question posed in a lawsuit against the NCAA. Plus, a deadly oil train crash in Canada is putting a spotlight on crude, how the political situation in Egypt is impacting tourism, and why it's a good time to be a Brit.

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