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This Week On Metro Connection: Moderation

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As we head in to the holidays, just remember: everything in moderation!
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As we head in to the holidays, just remember: everything in moderation!

We take a pause before the Thanksgiving feast to relish in some moderation. We'll hear about the man whose book -- Robert's Rules of Order -- has been shaping the nation's public meetings for more than a century. We'll go inside the world of high-powered Washington law firms, and learn about a movement to help attorneys strike a work-life balance. And we'll hit the road to meet the priests trying to put the brakes on our lead-footed driving.

[Music: "Every Little Bit Hurts" by John Davis from Title Tracks]


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