Race for Governor, Baltimore's Tidal Flooding Problem, Visit to the Great Kids Farm
Anthony Brown and Larry Hogan squared off in their first televised debate yesterday. Sheilah Kast speaks with WYPR's Fraser Smith and St. Mary's College political science professor Todd Eberly about what was said and not said.
Then, a new report projects ten times as many tidal floods each year in Baltimore in thirty years. Sheilah talks with a city climate planner and with a co-author of the study.
Plus, how good kids grow good food: Tom Hall visits the "Great Kids Farm" in Catonsville, which supplies produce to 60-plus schools.