Maryland Newsrap, December 12, 1981 and January 9, 1982
Two episodes of Maryland Newsrap, December 12, 1981 and January 9, 1982. December 12, 1981: Host Neal Friedman discusses current events with panelists Mike Powell (News-American), Tom Linthicum (Morning Sun), Leon Wynter (Washington Post), and Wanda Dobson (Evening Sun). Topics discussed include the indictment of Ross Diffenderfer for corruption in the running of Baltimore's subsidized housing program, the case won by Reverend Richard Offer to take his children out of public school, the state's refusal to grant former Michigan Congressman Charles Diggs a funeral director's license due to a felony conviction, and the Rolling Stones concert at the Capital Center. January 9, 1982: Host Neal Friedman discusses current events with panelists Wanda Dobson (Evening Sun), Leon Wynter (Washington Post), Mike Powell (News American), and John Bainbridge (Morning Sun). The topics discussed include recommendations to change Maryland's divorce and child custody laws, an Arkansas case on the teaching of "creation science" and attempts to block a middle school production of "Inherit the Wind" in Harford County, the contest to fill the seat of Maryland State Senator Peter Bozick, and concerns regarding video (arcade) games in Baltimore County.
Maryland Public Television
North America; United States of America
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Maryland Public Television records
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Fedora 2 PID: umd:729558; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/42655; Filename: bcast-071746
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