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In the first hour of today's show, Emily Rooney covers the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy from all angles with call outs to Michael Durand, NStar spokesman, to Providence Mayor Angel Taveras, Cape Cod-based metereologist Phil Burt and Shirley Murillo, Research Meteorologist for the Hurricane Research Division of NOAA. Then Kara Miller talks with Heather Gerken, J. Skelly Wright Professor at Yale Law School, whose new book argues that states' democracies should be rated like colleges.

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