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The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to take up a case, brought by ten California teachers, on the constitutionality of requiring public employees to pay union dues Tuesday, as a condition of their employment.
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A look at Baltimore's job creation strategy for the city's poorest neighborhoods.
Today at 1:00pm
Writer and director Rick Famuyiwa joins the program to talk about his new film Dope. It's a coming-of-age story about a nerdy high school senior. His other films include The Wood, Talk to Me and Brown Sugar.
June 10 at 6:43am
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