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2001 Metro Live Online Transcripts




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

Dec. 21, 2001: Holiday Travel:
John White of the Maryland Aviation Administration.

Dec. 13, 2001: Inside Afghanistan:
Post reporter William Branigin.

Dec. 10, 2001: D.C. At War:
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton

Dec. 6, 2001: Challenge Index:
Post reporter Jay Mathews.

Dec. 5, 2001: Anne Arundel:
County Medical Center officials.

Nov. 30, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Analyst Larry J. Sabato.

Nov. 30, 2001: AIDS Awareness:
Michael Cover of Whitman-Walker Clinic.

Nov. 8, 2001: Fairfax Schools:
Superintendent Daniel A. Domenech.

Nov. 7, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Analyst Robert D. Holsworth.

Nov. 5, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Analyst Larry J. Sabato.

Oct. 29, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Analyst Larry J. Sabato.

Oct. 12, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Mark L. Earley, Republican for governor.

Oct. 12, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Bill Redpath, Libertarian for governor.

Oct. 11, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Analyst Larry J. Sabato.

Oct. 8, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Analyst Larry J. Sabato.

Sept. 28, 2001: Washington Peace Center:
David Zirin.

Sept. 28, 2001: Anti-War Protests:
D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey.

Sept. 7, 2001: Alexandria Schools:
Rebecca Perry, superintendent of Alexandria City Public Schools.

Sept. 7, 2001: Montgomery Schools:
Michelle Turner, president of the Montgomery County Council of PTAs.

Sept. 6, 2001: D.C. Schools:
Paul L. Vance, superintendent of D.C. Public Schools.

Sept. 6, 2001: Fairfax Schools:
Daniel A. Domenech, superintendent of Fairfax County Public Schools.

Sept. 6, 2001: Homeroom:
Post columnist Karin Chenoweth.

Sept. 5, 2001: Falls Church Schools:
Mary Ellen Shaw, superintendent of Falls Church City Public Schools.

Sept. 5, 2001: Arlington Schools:
Robert G. Smith, superintendent of Arlington County Public Schools.

Sept. 5, 2001: D.C. Schools:
Iris Toyer of Parents United for D.C. Schools.

Sept. 4, 2001: Prince William Schools:
Edward L. Kelly, superintendent of Prince William County Public Schools.

August 31, 2001: St. Mary's Schools:
Patricia Richardson, superintendent of St. Mary's County Public Schools.

August 30, 2001: Loudoun Schools:
Edgar B. Hatrick III, superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools.

August 29, 2001: Pr. George's Schools:
Iris T. Metts, superintendent of Prince George's County Public Schools.

August 29, 2001: Charles Schools:
James E. Richmond, superintendent of Charles County Public Schools.

August 28, 2001: Howard Schools:
John O'Rourke, superintendent of Howard County Public Schools.

August 28, 2001: SAT Scores:
Brian O'Reilly, Executive Director of the College Board SAT Program.

August 16, 2001: Schools and Privacy:
Post Reporter Robert O'Harrow Jr.

August 16, 2001: Route 1 Revitalization:
Del. John A. Giannetti Jr., delegate covering parts of Howard and Prince George's counties.

August 15, 2001: Flood Relief:
Mitch Hibbs of the American Red Cross.

August 13, 2001: Route 1 Revitalization:
T. Dana Kauffman, Fairfax County Supervisor.

August 8, 2001: Heat Tips:
Sherrita Rose of the American Red Cross.

July 26, 2001: Scrapbooking:
Stacy Julian of Creating Keepsakes magazine.

July 18, 2001: Virginia Politics
Gubernatorial Candidate Mark L. Earley (R) .

July 16, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Robert D. Holsworth, VCU Political Analyst.

July 12, 2001: Aging Actively:
Chhanda Dutta, PhD., National Institute of Aging.

July 5, 2001: A Blue Wall of Silence:
Alvin L. Thornton, People's Coalition for Police Accountability.

July 5, 2001: A Blue Wall of Silence:
Geoffrey P. Alpert, Professor of Criminal Justice.

July 5, 2001: A Blue Wall of Silence:
Edythe Flemings Hall, NAACP Leader.

July 3, 2001: A Blue Wall of Silence:
James J. Fyfe, Professor of Criminal Justice.

July 3, 2001: A Blue Wall of Silence:
Mary Zdanowicz, Treatment Advocacy Center.

July 3, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Gubernatorial Candidate Mark L. Earley (R)

July 3, 2001: A Blue Wall of Silence:
Jack B. Johnson, Prince George's County State's Attorney.

July 2, 2001: A Blue Wall of Silence:
Sam Walker, Criminologist.

June 28, 2001: Farm Preservation:
Ruth Sullivan, Chesapeake Campaign Coordinator.

June 21, 2001: Pr. George's County:
Miranda Spivack, Extra editor.

June 21, 2001: Pr. George's County:
Thomas R. Hendershot, County Council member.

June 14, 2001: Dog Parks:
Fairfax County Parks Authority

June 12, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Gubernatorial Candidate Mark Warner (D)

June 8, 2001: Washington Blade:
Political Correspondent Lisa Keen

June 8, 2001: False Confessions:
Joseph Niland, Prince George's County Public Defender.

June 7, 2001: BWI Expansion:
William Castleberry, Maryland Aviation Administration.

June 7, 2001: False Confessions:
Jack B. Johnson, Prince George County State's Attorney.

June 6, 2001: False Confessions:
Paul Butler, GWU Criminal law professor.

June 4, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Robert D. Holsworth, VCU Political Analyst.

May 30, 2001: Immigrants and Schools:
Jorge Ruiz-de-Velasco, Research associate, Urbana Institute.

May 24, 2001: Biking in the District:
Jim Sebastian, City Bike Coordinator.

May 23, 2001: Life After College:
Tara Bray, author of "'Why Won't the Landlord Take Visa?' A Crash Course to Life After Graduation."

May 23, 2001: Fairfax County Schools:
Daniel A Domenech, Fairfax County Public Schools.

May 17, 2001: Gas Prices:
Brad Proctor, President and CEO, GasPriceWatch Inc.

May 10, 2001: Alcohol Awarness:
Kurt Erickson of the Washington Regional Alcohol Program.

May 10, 2001: Challenge Index:
Post reporter Jay Mathews.

May 8, 2001: Washington Traffic:
Lon Anderson of AAA Potomac.

May 8, 2001: Virginia Politics:
Lt. Gov. John H. Hager.

May 7, 2001: Mount Pleasant:
Arnoldo Ramos of the Countil of Latino Agencies.

May 2, 2001: Peace Corps:
Betsi Shays, assistant director of domestic programs.

April 26, 2001: Arlington Schools:
Ray Anderson, principal of H-B Woodlawn.

April 24, 2001: School Mascots:
Bobby Little Bear of the Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs.

April 19, 2001: D.C. Voting Rights:
Amy Whitcomb Slemmer of DC Vote.

April 12, 2001: Gay Adoption:
Ellen Kahn of the Whitman-Walker Clinic.

April 2, 2001: Work to the Rule:
Fairfax Superintendent Daniel A. Domenech.

April 2, 2001: Work to the Rule:
Rick Nelson, president of the Fairfax County Federation of Teachers.

March 30, 2001: Domestic Violence:
Carole Alexander and Dorothy Lennig of the House of Ruth.

March 29, 2001: Area Schools:
Post reporter Jay Mathews.

March 28, 2001: Police E-Mail:
D.C. Assistant Police Chief Terrance W. Gainer.

March 28, 2001: Police E-Mail:
Law professor Clifford S. Fishman.

March 27, 2001: Metro:
General Manager Richard A. White.

March 23, 2001: Cherry Blossoms:
Paul Skrabut of the National Cherry Blossom Festival.

March 22, 2001: Pennsylvania Avenue:
Richard Friedman of the National Capital Planning Commission.

March 21, 2001: Cherry Blossoms:
Robert DeFeo of the National Park Service.

March 15, 2001: Fairfax County:
Supervisor Gerald Connolly.

March 15, 2001: Celtic Music:
Musician Maggie Sansone.

March 8, 2001: Property Taxes:
Fairfax tax official Kevin Greenlief.

March 8, 2001: Maryland Politics:
Republican leaders Sen. Martin Madden and Del. Robert Kittleman.

March 8, 2001: New Extras:
Editors Victoria Benning and Stephen Fehr.

March 6, 2001: Loudoun Schools:
Superintendent Edgar B. Hatrick.

March 1, 2001: Fairfax Economy:
Reporter Michael Shear.

Feb. 22, 2001: Washington's Birthday:
James Rees of Mount Vernon.

Feb. 21, 2001: Fairfax Schools:
Superintendent Daniel A. Domenech.

Feb. 15, 2001: Divorce and Kids:
Risa Garon of Children of Separation and Divorce Inc.

Feb. 8, 2001: Pennsylvania Avenue:
Ken Sparks, executive director of the Federal City Council.

Feb. 8, 2001: D.C. Politics:
Assistant City Editor Vanessa Williams.

Feb. 8, 2001: Va. Politics:
Virginia Lt. Gov. John Hager (R).

Feb. 8, 2001: Pledge of Allegiance in Virginia Schools:
Kent Willis, executive director of the Virginia chapter of the ACLU.

Feb. 7, 2001: Gallaudet Slayings:
Dr. Jane Fernandes, university provost.

Jan. 25, 2001: Annapolis Symphony:
Flutist Kimberly Valerio.

Jan. 16, 2001: Inaugural Protests:
Justice Action Movement member Kadd Stephens.

Jan. 17, 2001: D.C. Politics:
Council Member Carol Schwartz.

Jan. 16, 2001: Inaugural Security:
D.C. police Chief Charles H. Ramsey.

Jan. 10, 2001: Panda Talk:
Post reporter D'Vera Cohn.

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