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Valley Metro brings you stories about how the transit system connects communities and enhances lives. The riders are diverse yet their lives all intersect on public transit. Storylines, hosted by Juliana Vasquez-Keating and Ricardo Tejada, shares the stories about building and operating a transit system that brings people together and links them to their favorite destinations.
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Welcome to "Back to Balance: With Robyn Carnes," your weekly dose of insightful discussions, balanced perspectives, and community voices from Arapahoe County. Hosted by Robyn Carnes, a candidate for Colorado State Senate District 16, this podcast is dedicated to addressing the high cost of living, enhancing public safety, ensuring affordable housing, and protecting home rule. Join Robyn as she navigates the challenges and opportunities facing the community, bridging the gap between conservat ...
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You've got Detroit questions, we've got answers. CuriosiD is a podcast from WDET, Detroit's NPR Station. Our reporters answer your questions about the region, like "Who invented the Boston Cooler?" or "Are there really salt mines underneath Detroit?" Something puzzling you about Detroit? Ask about it at http://wdet.org/curious and we might answer your question in a future episode!
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Centre for Cities is the leading think tank dedicated to improving the economies of the UK’s largest cities and towns. In these podcasts, Chief Executive Andrew Carter interviews leading thinkers in the urban policy field, as well as experts from Centre for Cities about their research and ideas on improving the economies of cities and large towns.
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Stay updated with all city news, events, and community projects/programs. The Let’s Talk Valdosta Podcast is recorded every two weeks highlighting the latest news and events within the city and welcoming a special guest from the community. Subscribe to the audio show through your favorite podcast streaming service or watch the video show on Metro 17, Mediacom Channel 17, or on Youtube!
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Mississippi Watershed Management Organization

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River of Ideas is a podcast about greener cities and cleaner water through science and urban planning. We cover topics like green infrastructure, water quality, landscape design, ecology, environmental policy, and environmental justice. You can find the video version of our podcast on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@mississippiwmo River of Ideas is produced by the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization, a Minneapolis-based joint-powers local government unit and one of ap ...
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Explosions and smoke-filled tunnels. Frustrated riders and epic commutes. This is the new normal on Washington’s Metro. Metropocalypse, a weekly podcast from WAMU 88.5, explores the unprecedented plan to rebuild tracks and re-engineer culture on the nation’s second largest transit system. Send questions & ideas to metro@wamu.org.
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The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is a division of the Maryland Department of Transportation, and one of the largest multi-modal transit systems in the United States. MTA operates Local and Commuter Buses, Light Rail, Metro Subway, Maryland Area Regional Commuter (MARC) Train Service, and a comprehensive Paratransit (Mobility) system. MTA also manages the Taxi Access system, and directs funding and statewide assistance to Locally Operated Transit Systems (LOTS) in each of Maryland’s ...
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The Andrew Murrell Show is an irreverent discussion about the status quo. From life to politics, Andrew talks about issues that matter to you. Andrew discusses problems and creates potential solutions. If you find yourself thinking about the fall of Rome, The Andrew Murrell Show is for you.
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Championing Justice is a monthly podcast covering topics related to personal injury law. Each episode delves into the proceedings, case stories, and best practices for litigating personal injury legal cases. Host Darl Champion discusses his own experiences and legal advice as a personal injury attorney in Georgia's Metro Atlanta area, as well as interviews expert guests to shed further light on personal injury law, litigating cases successfully, and how other personal injury lawyers can achi ...
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Louisville, Ky., Mayor Greg Fischer and host Graham Shelby discuss the city's challenges and unique potential in each episode. Produced by Louisville Metro. Music by The Pass used with permission of Sonablast Records.
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The Brookings Institution

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From 2013–2022, the Brookings Cafeteria podcast presented experts, ideas, and solutions across a range of policy topics. You can listen to past episodes at brookings.edu/BCP. The Brookings Podcast Network produces other policy-oriented shows that may interest you. Learn more at brookings.edu/podcasts. Follow on Twitter @policypodcasts.
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Nonpartisan information for voting and civic engagement from the League of Women Voters of Portland. Oregon voters, educators, and interested community members can listen to nonpartisan candidate and ballot measure forums, candidate interviews, and information about how governmental and nongovernmental organizations are addressing important community issues.
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Our Digital Nation is a Salesforce podcast, created to share stories about the many inspiring, cutting-edge projects happening right now across the public sector. Hear from industry experts, technology leaders, and folks on “the front lines” as they reflect on how they're leveraging technology to modernize government service. Download past episodes or subscribe to future episodes of Our Digital Nation for free.
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Collateral Damage is a news and chat show produced by KDHX Community Media in St. Louis, MO dealing with local and state politics, how national issues affect the region and what role the media plays in determining how reality is perceived in Metro Saint Louis. Veteran journalist D.J. Wilson is your host and guests include members of the mainstream media as well as bloggers, politicians and activists.
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Portland Tenants United

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The mission of Portland Tenants United is to build power and solidarity among the tenant class throughout the Portland metro region as a member-driven tenant union. Through organizing, direct action, coalition building, and civic engagement, Portland Tenants United fights to keep people in their homes, and to achieve dignity and security for all tenants.
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Archdiocese of Detroit

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The Unleash the Gospel Pastoral Letter set the Archdiocese of Detroit boldly on a mission to transform joyful missionary disciples in southeast Michigan. Open Door Policy is a vessel for these disciples to share their experiences and bear witness to the life-changing power of Christ. The name of the podcast, Open Door Policy, is a tribute to Blessed Solanus Casey, God’s doorkeeper, and it reflects on our need to let people walk into our lives and tell us their experience of God. Join hosts E ...
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Key recent planning news, and why it’s important, brought to you by the team behind Planning magazine, the leading source of independent intelligence for planning professionals for nearly 50 years. planningresource.co.uk @planningMag Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Join host Mark Okern and his guests for a discussion of politics and society from the perspective of someone who has been forced to the left as hate has grown on the right. Mark lives in the Minneapolis - St. Paul metro, and has worked on campaigns for both sides of the aisle. He was a co-founder of a large PAC and non-partisan lobbying organization, and had sworn off of politics. That changed with the death of George Floyd, the rise of the alt-right, and an entire political party that didn' ...
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The Bridge by OR360

Alex Titus, Ben Bowman, & Reagan Knopp

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OR360 Media presents The Bridge, a podcast hosted by Alex Titus, Ben Bowman, & Reagan Knopp. This podcast explores how the nationalization of politics is reshaping Oregon’s political landscape and providing a platform for Oregon issues to garner national attention. Our thesis is that we must understand the opportunities and limitations of a political environment increasingly driven by people and events at the national level if we want to create a more unified and productive political culture ...
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A bi-weekly true crime podcast focused exclusively on murdered and missing persons cases out of the Houston Metro area. Explore the city's diverse and eclectic culture while examining the darker stories that weave the downtown streets and flow out down the bayous. No stranger to crime, Houston has thousands of stories to tell, from unsolved murder mysteries to current missing persons cases. See H-Town in a new light, a light inclusive to every victim in Houston, no matter the sex, race, or i ...
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In this Deep Dive edition, we examine the planning issues that are raised by the growth of data centres, including: The current national policy situation; The new Labour government’s attitude towards them; The challenges facing local authorities and developers planning for these kinds of development. PLUS, we round up the other most important news …
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FixNation is a non-profit clinic in LA County that offers free spay and neuter services to the thousands of homeless, stray, and community cats across the metro. They also provide additional services, community support and low-cost options for people with pets. Founded by local cat-lovers Karn Myers and her late husband Mark Dodge. Click the link t…
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In this episode of Championing Justice, injury attorney Darl Champion talks with Alex Deaconson of DK Global about how visual tools can aid personal injury cases. Whether it’s a 3D animation of a car wreck, a 2D illustration of a surgical procedure, or an image of a bone fracture, visuals can help tell a story and hold jurors’ attention. → Connect …
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This week, we’re focusing on Labour's seismic election victory the plethora of planning changes it announced almost straight away. This includes: A series of planning announcements made by new chancellor Rachel Reeves in her speech on Monday morning; A change to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) to remove what the government called the …
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Welcome to "Back to Balance: With Robyn Carnes," your weekly dose of insightful discussions, balanced perspectives, and community voices from Arapahoe County. Hosted by Robyn Carnes, a candidate for Colorado State Senate District 16, this podcast is dedicated to addressing the high cost of living, enhancing public safety, ensuring affordable housin…
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Join us on this episode of the Let's Talk Valdosta Podcast as Media Coordinator Erica Thrift and Community Engagement Coordinator Kasmira Smith discuss exciting upcoming events and share insights into their roles within the Public Information Office. Learn how they keep the community informed and engaged, and get a sneak peek at what's in store for…
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In this Deep Dive edition, we discuss an investigation by Planning into: How the government measures up to its own local authority planning targets when it comes to speed of decision-making; The effectiveness of the 'special measures' regime to tackle councils’ development management performance. PLUS, we round up the other most important news stor…
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Check out the latest episode of the Let's Talk Valdosta podcast, where we talk to Anetra Riley and Charizma Harp about community initiatives and their impact on Valdosta. Join us for the City of Valdosta's annual Back to School Community Block Party! This exciting event is the perfect way to gear up for the new school year with fun, games, and comm…
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Send us a Text Message. Andrew covers last week's Presidential debate with a theory as to what will happen next for Democrats after President Biden's disastrous performance. Also, Andrew discusses the EBR Parish Metro Council suing itself and why he predicted it would happen, and another update on the City of St. George. Support the Show. Get more …
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The triple-digit temperatures are here, and hosts Juliana and Ricky are talking about summer safety. Guests Cleo Warner from the Maricopa Association of Governments and Michelle Litwin from Phoenix’s Office of Heat Response and Mitigation talk about what their organizations are doing to keep residents cool. Plus, learn how Valley Metro is helping b…
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Addie Matthews of Mission Viejo is impacting lives in a big way! A year ago, she volunteered as a camp counselor for https://radcamp.org, a SoCal non-profit that offers camps for kids and adults who are differently-abled, or have special needs. This year, Addie decided that she would not only volunteer again, but she would fundraise and help pay th…
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Andrew Carter, Chief Executive of Centre for Cities, is joined by Brian Groom, author and journalist, whose latest book is Made in Manchester: A People’s History of the City That Shaped the Modern World. The Victorians had a phrase, ‘What Manchester thinks today, the world does tomorrow’. Brian discusses the city’s external global image and the web…
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In this edition, we’re going to talk about: A landmark ruling by the Supreme Court on an oil drilling project, which legal experts believe could have significant wider implications for planning decisions; A council revealing that its legal challenge to minister’s consent for a 1,000-home high-rise project has been dropped because it made a ‘procedu…
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Send us a Text Message. Andrew explains why there is a St. George Transition District, its function, and what happens next. Support the Show. Get more info about Andrew at www.AndrewMurrell.com, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Nothing in this show should be considered legal advice and listening to the show does not create an attorney-client rela…
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Join Adam Flett from the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization as he sits down with Ray Ruiz Jr., founder and executive director of Baztec, Inc. In this episode of "River of Ideas," Ray shares his inspiring journey from growing up in Chicago to becoming a renowned fishing guide and educator in the Twin Cities. Discover how Ray's passion for…
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The DC Metro faces budget problems. But what can a high schooler contribute to the conversation around public transportation funding models? Turns out, by using the system just like we would anyway, and talking to other riders to get some more perspectives, we can learn more about what makes the Metro so special and what can be done to support it. …
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Spreading kindness and compassion, while nurturing a community! Through the non-profit https://www.cropswapla.org, founder Jamiah Hargins is helping fight food insecurity across SoCal and the world! He's inspiring urban gardeners, creating access for affordable, nutrient-rich food... and motivating our youth through leadership! Hear Jamiah talk abo…
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In this Deep Dive edition, we’ll be looking into: The planning promises made in the Labour Party’s general election manifesto; Exclusive research by Planning predicting the results of the government's next housing delivery test. PLUS, we round up the other most important news stories of the past seven days. Key planning news, and why it’s important…
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In this episode of Championing Justice, Darl is joined by fellow Champion Firm attorney Michael Denney. Michael shares valuable insights from his extensive background defending trucking cases and discusses the ways defense-side experience can inform how plaintiff’s firms approach trucking injury claims. → Learn more about Michael or contact him on …
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The North Metro Telecommunications Commission Meeting from June 13, 2024 Agenda items include reports from the Interim Co-Executive Directors and Legal Counsel, a service contract for the city of Fridley, a revisit of the merger discussion, the code of conduct and rules of decorum, and the 2025 NMTC budget.…
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CPR training in a class at school helped Downey High School senior, Isaac Delgadillo save the life of a collapsed umpire during a recent baseball game! Isaac knew just what to do, when the man fell to the ground behind home plate. His quick action made all the difference! Hear Isaac share his story with KNX Hero's host Heather Jordan, by clicking t…
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This week, we will be talking about: Councils delaying local plan work due to next month’s general election; The planning promises in the Conservative Party and Liberal Democrat manifestos, which were published earlier this week; The planning proposals that the Labour Party has announced in the campaign so far. PLUS, we round up the other most impo…
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Washington county has decided they no longer care about transparency as they have fully encrypted their law enforcement communications. Before too long as encryption marches on pages like this will be a thing of the past. The only source of information will be from official police sources or those with the time and knowledge for FOIA requests.…
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Director of Policy and Research Paul Swinney is joined by Ant Breach, Associate Director, to discuss Centre for Cities’ new report, Climbing the Summit: Big cities in the UK and the G7. How does the geography of the G7’s economies alter our understanding of how well each nation performs? The report highlights the underperformance of the UK’s larges…
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Send us a Text Message. Andrew talks about a charity event, Day the War Stopped, and how looking down is preventing us from coming together. Support the Show. Get more info about Andrew at www.AndrewMurrell.com, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Nothing in this show should be considered legal advice and listening to the show does not create an att…
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Chief Executive Andrew Carter is joined by James L. Tatum III, Director of Detroit Bureau at the Citizens Research Council of Michigan, for a discussion about Detroit, a place which suffered the biggest municipal insolvency in history when it filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy in 2013. They discuss the city’s route back to financial stability and the r…
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In this Deep Dive edition, we’ll be examining: What planning measures we can expect from the Labour Party’s first 100 days in power if they’re successful in next month’s general election; How the announcement of the general election will impact ongoing and planned planning policy and legislation. PLUS, we round up the other most important news stor…
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Nicki Clark knows how tough it can be to attend school while homeless. When she was a teenager, unexpected circumstances forced her and her mother out of their home and into the streets, starting a new life and with new struggles. School was always super important, so now as an adult, Nicki is giving back to kids in a similar situation. She's an aw…
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Carol Gibson is making a difference in the lives of low-income seniors all across Southern California! Medical experts and health professionals have documented that music and art can benefit an aging person in many ways, but not all facilities or senior living centers can afford programs that provide these activities. So, Carol and her team of volu…
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In this episode, we will be discussing: The Labour Party’s new towns policy; The Prime Minister’s surprise announcement of a general election; Parliamentary public spending watchdog, the National Audit Office, criticises the government’s new biodiversity net gain requirement; A council accuses a branch of a countryside charity of spreading “misinfo…
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The Detroit Lions updated their uniforms for the upcoming NFL season, adding black to the Honolulu blue and silver they’ve worn for 90 years. But what is Honolulu blue, anyway? And how did it get its name? In this episode of "CuriosiD," WDET's Pat Batcheller gets to the bottom of the Lion's colorful history.…
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Chief Executive Andrew Carter is joined by Tim Leunig, who has had a notable career being a policy adviser to several senior Cabinet figures including two Chancellors as well as being an award winning economic history academic at the London School of Economics. He talks here about his role in the Government’s Covid-19 furlough scheme, how think tan…
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Every year, the Kevin Armstrong M.D. Memorial Sports Foundation distributes hundreds of pairs of shoes to deserving kids in Santa Ana, to help keep them active for the spring and summer. There's nothing better than a new pair of kicks to build confidence in a young person! KAMSF Vice President Karen Armstrong checks in with Heroes Host Heather Jord…
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Send us a Text Message. Governor Landry appoints the interim city council for St. George. Andrew discusses the process, the council members, and the next steps. Support the Show. Get more info about Andrew at www.AndrewMurrell.com, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Nothing in this show should be considered legal advice and listening to the show do…
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Chief Executive Andrew Carter is joined by Tom Dobson, Managing Director of Quod, Heather Sargent, Barrister at Landmark Chambers, and Ant Breach, Associate Director at Centre for Cities, to discuss the Labour party’s proposals to release land for housing development on what it calls the ‘grey belt’ – poor-quality or unsightly greenbelt land. If el…
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In this Deep Dive edition, we’ll be examining: The impact of newly elected metro mayors on planning and development; The ethical and professional issues raised by a councillor accusing planning officers at his own authority of "lobbying for developers". PLUS, we round up the other most important news stories of the past seven days. Key planning new…
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In this episode of Championing Justice, personal injury attorney Darl Champion and LegalFenix founder Ron Latz discuss legal marketing best practices, SEO misconceptions, and marketing advice law firm owners should ignore. Watch this episode on YouTube. Follow Ron on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronlatz/ Learn more about LegalFenix here: h…
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For nearly two decades, Chef Bruno Serato has been feeding our SoCal community, and communities around the world. Reaching an incredible milestone, Chef Bruno speaks with Heroes Host Heather Jordan about serving his 10-millionth meal with his non-profit, Caterina's Club. Chef Bruno also reveals how he felt getting chosen as a recipient for the 2024…
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In this episode, we will be looking at: The latest local authority that the government has placed in planning performance special measures; A council referring allegations of bribery made by three property developers in relation to planning committee decisions to the police; Data revealing the ten highest-rewarded local authority planning leads in …
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Track meets, team building and tassles! We check in with L'Mio Edwards, who's in the middle of an exciting track season with Claremont High School. She's also building her non-profit "Team L'Mio" and the senior is getting ready for graduation! Hear the latest with Host Heather Jordan, by clicking the link! Connect at https://teamlmio.com Photo: L'M…
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🌊 Dive into the Heart of the Twin Cities! 🌿 In our latest River of Ideas podcast, hosts Nick and Abby share their favorite places to explore and things to do along the Mississippi River in Minneapolis and St. Paul. From biking scenic trails, hiking rugged paths, and kayaking peaceful waters, to immersing yourself in the rich natural beauty of the o…
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Send us a Text Message. Since the Louisiana Supreme Court ruling on April 26th, Andrew has conducted numerous interviews from news outlets worldwide. Andrew discusses the misconceptions and myths surrounding St. George from both the opposition and press coverage. Support the Show. Get more info about Andrew at www.AndrewMurrell.com, Instagram, Face…
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