This Morning On The Stephanie Miller Show

John Fugelsang joins Steph in the NYC Bureau for all three hours of “Fridays With Fugelsang.”

Ian Millhiser, Legal Analyst for the Center for American Progress calls in at 6:05am to tell us about the Supreme Court’s campaign finance ruling yesterday.

Former NY Gov. Eliot Spitzer calls in at 6:30am to discuss the economy and yesterday’s campaign finance ruling by the Supreme Court.

Economist Christian Weller calls in at 7:05am to talk about the economy, jobs, and President Obama getting tough on banks.

Joan Walsh, Editor of Salon.com, calls in at 8:30am to talk about the site and the news of the day.

In a landmark ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down laws that banned corporations from using their own money to support or oppose candidates for public office. By 5-4 vote, the court overturned federal laws, in effect for decades, that prevented corporations from using their profits to buy political campaign ads.

President Barack Obama today is telling voters in Ohio, already wracked by high unemployment, that investments in clean-energy technologies will help boost the nation’s economy.

Haitian officials are planning a massive relocation of 400,000 people from makeshift camps to the outskirts of the capital as the U.S. government tackles repairs to the damaged main port — dual efforts to help residents survive the aftermath of the catastrophic earthquake.

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