Wednesday on "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress":
- 0:00: Rose Scott and Jim Burress give the latest on proposed legislation as this legislative session winds down this week;
- 4:04: Elliott Martin of the Mineta Transportation Institute talks about new study on bike sharing and traditional bike riding;
- 16:48: Commentator Maria Saporta gives her take on the Atlanta City Council’s decision to honor The Atlanta Inquirer and its publisher;
- 18:39: Donald Schwarz, vice president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, gives a preview of the seventh annual county health rankings and how counties in Georgia compare;
- 31:14: Candace Wheeler talks about the latest presidential primary, President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, an American student’s harsh punishment in North Korea and a change to Instagram feeds in today’s “Trending” segment;
- 35:43: Jeff Delp, director of Economic Development for the Carver Neighborhood Market, discusses initiatives to get healthier food choices for recipients of the food stamps program;
- 49:46: Emory infectious disease physician Dr. Aneesh Mehta talks about a patient currently at Emory Hospital with Lassa Fever, and how he and his team are helping the patient recover;
- 56:17: "Marketplace Tech" host Ben Johnson talks to Rose Scott and Jim Burress about innovations, start-ups and other trending news and newsmakers at Austin’s South by Southwest conference.
Correction: A previous version of this story stated that bike sharing is more dangerous than traditional bike riding. The collision rates are actually lower among bicycle sharing users. WABE regrets the error.