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NPR and NBC Legal Affairs Corespondent, Nina Totenberg.

NPR and NBC legal affairs corespondent, Nina Totenberg. In covering the Thomas/Hill Judiciary Committee hearings some conservative senators accused Totenberg of ruining the lives of both Thomas and Hill. Totenberg also brought the fact that Judge Douglas Ginsburg had smoked marijuana into the public eye, costing him a Supreme Court nomination. Totenberg's reports regularly for "Morning Edition," "Weekend Edition," and "All Things Considered."

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Other segments from the episode on October 26, 1993

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 26, 1993: Interview with Nina Totenberg; Interview with Marty Grosz; Interview with Cokie Roberts; Commentary on Sam Phillips.

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