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March 26, 2010

John Nichols & Terry O'Neill on Health Care Reform
Bill Moyers takes a closer look at the newly signed health bill and explores the future of health care reform with THE NATION's John Nichols and National Organization for Women president Terry O'Neill.
Reform vs. Reformation
A Bill Moyers essay.
March 19, 2010

Jane Goodall
Dr. Jane Goodall. Despite dire warnings for our endangered planet, Jane Goodall says all is not yet lost ? we can change course if we act now.
March 12, 2010

John Sexton
Bill Moyers talks to NYU president and modern renaissance man John Sexton in a wide-ranging conversation about God, baseball, and the importance of thoughtful discourse in society. Previously a champion debate coach and scholar of religion and law, Sexton discusses his unique take on theology, contemporary politics, and the evolving role of universities throughout the world.
What's Your Favorite Poem
Submit your favorite poem and explore poets and poetry from a number of Bill Moyers series.
March 5, 2010

Marcia Angell on Health Care Reform
Single-payer advocate Marcia Angell on why she thinks the debate over reform needs a fresh look at the economics and delivery of the care promised in the bill.
Web Exclusive: Moyers on Choice
A Bill Moyers essay.
Wendell Potter on the President's Plan
Bill Moyers sits down with former insurance executive turned public health advocate Wendell Potter, who argues that all is not lost in the healthcare bill and details what he likes about the legislation.
February 26, 2010

Battle Lines on Same Sex Marriage
Trace the fight in the courts, voting booths and public opinion
Remembering Lucille Clifton
Bill Moyers celebrates the poet and her work
Topic(s): arts, poetry, women
Theodore Olson and David Boies on Same-Sex Marraige
Once adversaries in 2000's Bush v. Gore Supreme Court case, now two of the nation's premier lawyers ? one conservative and one liberal ? have teamed up to make the constitutional case for same-sex marriage.
Web Exclusive: David Boies and Ted Olson
David Boies and Ted Olson talk with Bill Moyers about the Supreme Court's contentious Bush v Gore decision in 2000 and the court's recent ruling in the Citizens United case.
February 19, 2010

Buying the Bench?
A Bill Moyers essay.
Jeffrey Toobin
Legal analyst and journalist Jeffrey Toobin talks about the relationship between big money and judicial elections today
Justice for Sale
Bill Moyers Journal takes a hard look at how campaign cash in judicial races may sway America's courts. The Journal revisits the 1999 FRONTLINE special "Justice for Sale" which looked at the growing concern - even among Supreme Court justices themselves - that campaign contributions may be corrupting the judicial process.
February 12, 2010

Bill T. Jones: "FONDLY DO WE HOPE...FERVENTLY DO WE PRAY"
At the close of Lincoln's bicentennial year, Bill Moyers Journal takes a unique look at the 16th President. Moyers speaks with critically acclaimed choreographer Bill T. Jones about his creative process, his insights into Lincoln, and how dance can give us fresh perspective on America's most-studied president.
February 5, 2010

Dr. Margaret Flowers on Medicare for All
Pediatrician Margaret Flowers speaks about protesting for change and her recent arrest in an effort to get a Medicare-for-all plan back on the table.
Moyers on Money and Politics
View a collection or reports on the influence of money on American politics.
The Legal Scholar and the Libertarian
Libertarian journalist Nick Gillespie and legal scholar Lawrence Lessig discuss public financing of campaigns and the effects of money on politics.
What's Next for Campaign Finance?
In the wake of a controversial Supreme Court decision giving corporations and unions more freedom to spend on elections, many federal and state lawmakers are hoping to curb Citizens United V. FEC's effect on elections. Find out how some legislators are fighting to curb Big Money spending even as the Court invalidates laws in 24 states aimed at keeping elections clean.
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