Following up on interesting stories, people and ideas from the Baltimore region and throughout the state. Plus, we host a debate on Gov. Hogan's effort to repeal the state law establishing storm-water management fees in Baltimore and nine counties.
Storm water remediation aims to reduce the adverse impacts of runoff from streets, roofs, and other impervious surfaces.
Author James McGrath Morris traces the career of a pioneering journalist in "Eye on the Struggle: Ethel Payne, First Lady of the Black Press," a new biography; Irving Phillips Jr. and Irving Phillips III talk about their family's 70 years of photography, three generations capturing the African-American experience in Baltimore and beyond; and Benjamin Phillips IV, president and director of global markets for the Afro American Newspapers, talks about the AFRO in the age of digital news.
The latest poll from Goucher College measures Marylanders' attitudes on the proposed Red and Purple Lines, vaccination and the recently introduced “Death with Dignity” legislation. Mileah Kromer, director of the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center at Goucher College, breaks down the results. Open phones, listener calls.