Roundtable: Bloomberg for President?

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Tuesday's topics: New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg may campaign for president; the NYPD is said to have spied on protesters at the 2004 Republican National Committee convention; and Florida wants to clear the criminal records of people who protested against segregation. Cheryl Corley's guests are Michael Meyers, executive director of the New York Civil Rights Coalition; Yvonne Bynoe, author of Stand and Deliver: Political Activism, Leadership and Hip Hop Culture and Chicago Sun-Times columnist Laura Washington.



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