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April 9, 2024

 

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Looking at the winners of this year’s Spring Crossroads Pitch Competition 

Join host Bob Zaltsberg as he talks with some of the winners and the host of this Spring’s Crossroads Pitch Competition.  

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Join us this Friday as we talk with law experts about these unprecedented cases and the impacts they could have this election year.

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