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2000 Metro Live Online Transcripts

Transcripts from online discussions with public figures, experts and the staff of The Washington Post.
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2000 Transcript Archive

Dec. 13, 2000: Winter Driving:
Auto technician Steve Brown.

Dec. 13, 2000: Fairfax Schools:
Superintendent Daniel A. Domenech.

Dec. 7, 2000: Panda Talk:
Post reporter D'Vera Cohn.

Dec. 7, 2000: Fatal Flaws:
Post reporters Barbara Vobejda and Cheryl Thompson discussed the Post series about homicides in the District.

Dec. 6, 2000: Metro Transit:
Richard A. White, general manager of WMATA.

Nov. 22, 2000: Holiday Travel:
Lon Anderson of AAA Potomac.

Nov. 21, 2000: Panda Talk:
Karen Baragona, panda conservation specialist with the World Wildlife Fund.

Nov. 6, 2000: D.C. Voting Rights:
Amy Whitcomb Slemmer, executive director of DC Vote.

Nov. 3, 2000: Metro Transit:
Richard A. White, general manager of WMATA.

Nov. 3, 2000: Maryland Politics:
U.S. Rep. Constance A. Morella (R), candidate for Congress in Maryland's Eighth District.

Nov. 3, 2000: Virginia Politics:
Mike Corrigan (D), candidate for Congress in Virginia's 11th District.

Oct. 31, 2000: Virginia Politics:
Demaris Miller, candidate for Congress.

Oct. 30, 2000: Maryland Senate Race:
Paul Rappaport (R), candidate for U.S. Senate from Maryland.

Oct. 27, 2000: Pet Adoption Month:
Jim Monsma of the Washington Humane Society.

Oct. 23, 2000: Virginia Senate Race:
Political analyst Robert D. Holsworth on the final Robb-Allen debate.

Oct. 18, 2000: D.C. Voting Rights:
George S. LaRoche, a lawyer on the Adams v. Clinton case.

Sept. 26, 2000: John V. Moulden:
President of the National Commission Against Drunk Driving.

Sept. 25, 2000: Virginia Senate:
Political analyst Robert Holsworth after the second Robb-Allen debate.

Sept. 5, 2000: Metro Transit:
Richard White, head of WMATA.

Sept. 5, 2000: Class Struggle:
Post reporter Jay Mathews on education.

Aug. 30, 2000: Paul L. Vance
On D.C. public schools.

July 31, 2000: Iris T. Metts
On Prince George's County public schools.

July 31, 2000: John O'Rourke
On Howard County public schools.

July 31, 2000: Richard A. White, WMATA General Manager and CEO
On the status of the Metrorail and Metrobus system.

July 31, 2000: Rep. Thomas Davis III, (R-Va.)
On the 2000 House Race.

July 31, 2000: Gov. James S. Gilmore III, (R-Va.)
On the 2000 Campaign From the GOP Convention.

June 15, 2000: Linda Perlstein
On "The Growing Years" middle school series.

June 7, 2000: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C)
On Equal Pay for Working Women.

May 24, 2000: Paul Butler
On motivations in the Shane DeLeon jury box.

April 27, 2000: Daniel A. Domenech
On Fairfax County schools.

April 26, 2000: Charles H. Ramsey
Answered questions about the National Zoo shootings.

March 20, 2000: Post Reporter Bob Thompson
Discusses his Post Magazine story, "Third Grade: The Edge of Innocence."

March 7, 2000: Professor Herbert Smith
On the Maryland primaries.

March 1, 2000: Political Analyst Larry Sabato
On the Virginia GOP primary.

Feb. 28, 2000: Political Analyst Robert Holsworth
On the Virginia GOP primary.

Feb. 28, 2000: Post Reporter Tamara Jones
Discusses her Post Magazine story, "They Swapped My Baby!"

Feb. 17, 2000: Daniel A. Domenech
Fairfax County Public Schools Superintendent Daniel A. Domenech on education and his 2001 budget.

Feb. 16, 2000: Rep. Robert Ehrlich (R-Md.)
On Project Exile, the Richmond program that sends crime suspects possessing a gun to federal courts.

Feb. 14, 2000: Post Report Marc Fisher
Discusses his Post Magazine story, "What Church Is."

Jan. 31, 2000: Post Reporter Liza Mundy
Discusses her Post Magazine story, "The Busing Stops Here."

Feb. 4, 2000: Traffic's Toll: A Day on the Roads
Alan Sipress was the lead writer for The Post's special report: "Traffic's Toll: A Day on the Roads."

Jan. 10, 2000: Rep. Ben Cardin
The Democrat from Maryland on the congressional agenda and the 2000 elections.

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