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Roundtable: Maurice Clarett, Peter Jennings

Today's roundtable discussion focuses on the U.S. Supreme Court's declining to hear football star Maurice Clarett's appeal challenging the NFL's draft eligibility rules; the announcement that ABC news anchor Peter Jennings has lung cancer; and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' proposed modifications of the USA Patriot Act. NPR's Ed Gordon is joined by Yvonne Bynoe, co-founder and former president of the Urban Think Tank and author of the book Stand and Deliver: Political Activism; Glen Loury, professor of economics at Boston University; and George Curry, editor-in-chief of the National Newspaper Publisher Association News Service.

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