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Next at the Mic
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For 101 years, City Club of Portland has created forums that spark conversations and inspire new ideas. Next at the Mic takes that tradition further, inviting complex conversations that reach beyond a single event and explore new questions in Portland and across our region.
 
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Civic Cocktail
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Civic Cocktail - presented by Seattle Channel and Seattle CityClub - offers a night of networking, civic conversation, Tom Douglas appetizers and a no-host bar.
 
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For more than 100 years, Portland's commission form of government has been inequitable, inefficient, and ineffective. City Club's new research report recommends that Portlanders rethink our system of government. In this episode of "Next at the Mic," Dan Rivas talks to Ken Fairfax and Christopher Bacher, two of the researchers who produced City ...…
 
During a wide-ranging conversation with host Joni Balter, Gov. Jay Inslee discusses renewable energy, saving the beloved orcas, a fiscal surprise for lawmakers, and, of course, climate change. He says all the reports that the planet is in trouble are NOT true. "Planet Earth is going to be okay; it's just humanity that's the problem." And, we co ...…
 
Civic Cocktail covers a lot of ground, from Rick Steves on the rise and fall of fascism in Europe to local lawmakers' take on Seattle's shifting political landscape. Three Seattle City Council members who've chosen not to seek re-election visit a variety of topics with host Joni Balter. Council President Bruce Harrell speaks his mind about dist ...…
 
Black students face significant barriers in public schools. In this episode, we talk about the Friday Forum on November 30, 2018, "How Oregon Is Failing Black Students and What We Can Do About it." We also meet Amarien Simmons from Rosemary Anderson High School to hear about his experiences in school. And we'll break down survey data about scho ...…
 
Exactly one year after taking office, Mayor Jenny Durkan returns to Civic Cocktail and grades her performance! She discusses the highlights of the past year plus a few things she wishes she could do over. During a wide-ranging discussion with host Joni Balter, she talks budget, the repealed head tax, picking a police chief, passage of the educa ...…
 
Oregon saw record turnout this election season. What do all these new voters tell us about the future of our state? Joining us to answer these and other questions is John Horvick, vice president and political director at DHM Research. Dan Rivas is our host. DHM is our sponsor. The music was composed by Max McGrath-Riecke. You can hear more of M ...…
 
Now that Democrats have regained control of the U.S. House, what impact will it have on legislation and the president's agenda? U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Seattle) tells host Joni Balter the wave of women elected is a clear rejection of the GOP's divisive politics. But Jason Rantz, morning host of AM 770 KTTH, says the House takeover is simpl ...…
 
Measure 103 claims it is trying to protect your groceries, but a closer look at the ballot language makes it clear that this is about a lot more than just groceries. Join us as we take a look at Oregon's ballot measure. We'll also talk to Washington State Senator Reuven Carlyle about Initiative 1634 in Washington, a nearly identical initiative ...…
 
Portland's Clean Energy initiative (Measure 26-201) is being led by frontline communities and a diverse coalition of grassroots leaders. It's a big step for the environmental community in Portland and is part of a trend happening across the country. In this episode, we'll outline City Club's research findings on Measure 26-201. We'll also talk ...…
 
With election day closing in, we discuss three key initiatives on the November ballot. Initiative 1639 seeks changes to gun ownership and purchase requirements. Zach Silk, co-founder of the Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility, says the initiative is not a ban on guns, and he believes the measure was drawn up "very responsibly." But Dave ...…
 
On the transportation front, Seattle Deputy Mayor Shefali Ranganathan responds to headlines criticizing the city's ballooning price tag for bike lanes. She says there's much more to the story. With King County Metro's ridership through the roof, General Manager Rob Gannon outlines how the agency plans to improve service. And "Bus Chick" blogger ...…
 
With a referendum looming, is Seattle's head tax in jeopardy? Seattle Chamber of Commerce CEO Marilyn Strickland thinks so. She says the business community shouldn't be viewed as "an ATM" to handle a regional issue. One of the sponsors of the controversial tax, Seattle City Councilmember M. Lorena González contends homelessness is a continuing ...…
 
Maybe a better question is: What's a newspaper now? In this episode, we explore the shape of alternative media with Douglas Tsoi of Portland Underground Graduate School and Andrew DeVigal, a professor at the Unversity of Oregon's School of Journalism and Communication. We'll discuss how journalism shapes the stories we tell ourselves about our ...…
 
The race to become the next Portland City Commissioner for Position 3 has been fascinating and substantive. This diverse group of candidates all come with impressive qualifications and a little bit of baggage. How do they answer voter concerns? What will they do to address Portland's biggest challenges? Listen in to find out! Steph Routh and Ch ...…
 
Washington Sen. Patty Murray doesn't hold back while discussing the latest capers of the Trump White House. She tells host Joni Balter what she really thinks about EPA Chief Scott Pruitt and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Since Murray took office in 1992, the number of women in the U.S. Senate has quadrupled. She says as a group they often cr ...…
 
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler participated in a special two-part State of the City event. Join Todd Kimball and Dan Rivas as they unpack the two events and dig deeper into the issues, including the commission form of government and Mayor Wheeler's conflicted roles as both mayor and police commissioner. This episode is a response show to City Club' ...…
 
The candidates for Multnomah County's District 2 seat argued about endorsements, government accountability, housing, guns in schools, and more. Join Justice Rajee and Dan Rivas as we sort out their talking points and fill you in on what you missed. This episode is a response show to "Up for Debate: Multnomah County District 2." You can listen t ...…
 
After a year in Congress, U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal pulls no punches when talking Trump. She tells host Joni Balter much of the country agrees a permanent solution is needed on DACA. The 7th District Democrat also warns of a constitutional crisis if special counsel Robert Mueller is fired. Plus, she says adding a citizenship question to the cen ...…
 
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