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Sunday May 03, 2015

Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced criminal charges Friday, against the six police officers connected with the death of 25-year old Freddie Gray. After a week of protests that periodically turned violent, the statement was met with cheers from Baltimore’s black community and sparked a new round of rallies in the city. We’ll discuss the facts of the case with Rep Donna Edwards (D-MD), who is also running in 2016 to replace retiring Senator Barbara Mikulski, followed by the attorney for the family of Freddie Gray, Billy Murphy.

Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) continues to weigh a 2016 presidential bid, 16 years after his lackluster first White House run. The ability to raise money and his odds of becoming a viable national candidate remain key factors for the two-term governor. We’ll discuss 2016 exclusively with Gov John Kasich, as well as his new advisory board tasked with creating standards for law enforcement agencies in order to “bridge the gap” between police officers and members of the community.

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