Kansas Budget Sets Offenders Free, Elizabeth Warren on Massachusetts Senate Race, Olmsted Biographer Justin Martin: Today on Here and Now

by Laura Ellis on October 12, 2011

1:06:A fight over budgets in Kansas leads to domestic violence offenders going free. We’ll try to understand this convoluted story from Topeka.

1:12: Elizabeth Warren‘s push to create the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over the past four years was a success — and then President Obama pushed Warren aside and picked another leader during “one of the most brutal Washington battles this year.” Now she’s running for US Senate in Massachusetts, in a race that’s likely to redefine the term brutal. We’ll talk with her.

1:35: Biographer Justin Martin has explored the complicated life of one of the greatest landscape architects of American history: Frederick Law Olmsted. He’s in town to speak with the Olmsted Parks Conservancy tonight, and will spend some time with us this afternoon.

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