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Deliberative Democracy

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Thousands of Californians will meet this weekend to discuss recommendations for reforming the state health care system. The show explores the effectiveness of this and other examples of “deliberative democracy.”


Carolyn Lukensmeyer, founder and president of "AmericaSpeaks"

Larry Levitt, vice president for the Kaiser Family Foundation

Joe Simitian, California State Senator of the 11th senate district

Archon Fung, associate professor of public policy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard


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