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7-30-12: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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More than 5,000 Marylanders got permits to carry guns last year; they had to show police they had a “good and substantial reason” to so. That may be about to change – we’ll discuss the implications with a gun policy researcher.
Then – did you know there's a school to learn how to save the Bay? We talk with the coordinator of The Watershed Steward Academy in Anne Arundel County, which trains community leaders to help their neighborhoods save THEIR tributary.
And – J. Wynn Rousuck reviews Cockpit in Court's new production of Sunset Boulevard.
Plus – a new Walters Art Museum exhibit puts the public in a curator's shoes, allowing visitors to choose their favorite pieces of art. Tom Hall gets a tour.