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Saturday, March 12:
The University of Colorado decides the fate of embattled professor Ward Churchill (search) after his controversial comments that compared 9-11 victims to Nazis. Will the university settle on a buyout proposal? We'll debate Churchill's future.
And is President Bush’s pick for U.N. ambassador, John Bolton (search) the right man to represent the U.S. at the international body? Some critics don't think so, we'll look at what both sides are saying about Bolton.
Did Le Moyne College (search) in Syracuse, New York overstep its bounds in dismissing student Scott McConnell (search) for advocating corporal punishment in the classroom in a paper he wrote? We’ll talk with McConnell to hear how he’s fighting back.
Plus, can Arizona (search) make English the state’s official language again after an earlier move was ruled unconstitutional? State lawmakers are proposing it, but critics of the bill believe it discriminates against the state’s large immigrant population. We’ll have fair and balanced debate.
These stories and more on this Saturday's "Heartland."
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— All topics and guests subject to change.