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    French politicos say “Give Snowden asylum”

    Free Speech Radio News radio spot, 3 July, 2013

    Europe continues to steam over the latest allegations of American spying on EU officials, amid growing demands to postpone US– EU trade talks slated to begin on Monday. Meanwhile, French political parties on both the left and right are calling for fugitive American whistleblower Edward Snowden to be offered asylum in France. FSRN’s Liam Moriarty has more.

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    EU reacts to new US spying allegations

    Free Speech Radio News radio spot, 1 July, 2013

    European leaders responded with anger to newly leaked top-secret documents that indicate US intelligence agencies bugged European Union offices in New York, Washington, DC and Brussels, tapping their phones and fax machines and accessing EU computer systems. From France, FSRN’s Liam Moriarty has more.

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    Seattle ponders public-funded campaign plan

    KPLU-FM (Seattle, Washington, USA) radio spot, 22 April, 2013

    The cost of running for public office keeps going up, and Seattle City Council members worry the need to fund expensive campaigns gives people with deep pockets get a louder voice. Now, as KPLU’s Liam Moriarty reports, the council is looking at publicly-funded campaigns.

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    Enviros push to eliminate oil industry tax break

    KPLU-FM (Seattle, Washington, USA) radio spot, 19 April, 2013

    The search for ways to reduce Washington’s more than $1billion budget shortfall has led Governor Jay Inslee to suggest eliminating some little-known tax breaks long enjoyed by various industries. One of these loopholes saves millions each year for an industry that didn’t even exist in the state when the tax break was created. KPLU’s Liam Moriarty explains …