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10-8-12: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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In four weeks, Maryland voters will decide whether some undocumented immigrants should receive in-state tuition rates for higher education. A new report out of University of Maryland-Baltimore County examines what economic impact the so-called Dream Act would have if voters approve it. We talk with the head researchers.
Then, Nathan talks with Baltimore Sun technology reporter and blogger Gus Sentementes about the month in tech news.
And, J. Wynn Rousuck reviews Center Stage’s production of Arthur Miller’s “An Enemy of the People.”
Plus, For Center Stage's 50th anniversary, the theater commissioned essays from 50 playwrights under the theme "My America." Tom Hall talks to artistic producer Susanna Gellert, who oversaw the project.