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Let's Talk About Our Relationship with the State

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The Reason Roundtable mixes up the regular crew as Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Nick Gillespie are joined by Reason Reporter Eric Boehm, filling in for Peter Suderman.

Discussed in the show:

0:29: A debrief of Biden’s coronavirus anniversary speech on March 12
4:01: Eric Boehm’s expertise on the COVID bill’s shortcomings
23:10: Katherine woo-hoos about vaccines
30:24: Cuomo has not resigned yet. Maybe that’s a good thing?
41:33: Weekly Listener Question: I love the aesthetic of the magazine, especially in the early days. I don’t know much about art and design, but I’d like to take that sort of vibe into my home decor. Is there a name of it? Are there a few artists you could tell me the name of that might give me some inspiration?
46:19: Media recommendations for the week

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Audio production by Ian Keyser.
Assistant production by Regan Taylor.
Music: “Angeline,” by The Brothers Steve.

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