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Breaking news and analysis from around the Bay Area, the state capitol and beyond. Listen to KCBS Radio and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier’s reports LIVE on KCBS All News 740 AM and 106.9 FM Mondays through Fridays at 7:50 AM and 5:50 PM or listen to the podcasts ANYTIME posted here daily.
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The official podcast of Care Providers Oklahoma, which represents those across Oklahoma who provide quality care to our seniors, individuals with disabilities and other vulnerable Oklahomans who live in our facilities. Studio CPO tackles history, current events and the challenge of advocating for Long Term Care at the State Capitol and in Washington, D.C.
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NC Capitol Wrap

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WRAL Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie, state government reporters Travis Fain and Bryan Anderson and other members of the NC Capitol team discuss North Carolina politics and state government doings.
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Host Steven Allen Adams, the state government reporter of Ogden Newspapers' five daily newspapers in West Virginia, takes the listener behind-the-scenes of West Virginia politics, whether at the State Capitol Building or the halls of Congress. Mountain State Views features conversational interviews with elected officials, leaders of business and industry, journalists, and other unique voices.
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Listen to The Texan’s podcast for coverage on Texas politics with news you can trust. The Daily Rundown with quick recaps of the biggest Texas news are released every weekday and the team dives deeper every Friday in our Weekly Roundups.
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Capitol Compass

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Capitol Compass is the official podcast of the New York State Catholic Conference. On the show we dive into public policy debates in Albany and Washington, D.C., of concern to the Church, as well as subjects related to Catholic social teaching. New episodes air every other Wednesday.
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Every Tuesday and Thursday morning on the Political Breakfast podcast, veteran Atlanta journalist Lisa Rayam, Democratic strategist Tharon Johnson, and Republican strategist Brian Robinson deliver Georgia’s best analysis of local politics with a weekly dose of informed, respectful and lively discussion. During Georgia’s state legislative session, Political Breakfast presents the pop-up podcast Gold Dome Scramble every Friday morning as host Lisa Rayam talks with reporters Sam Gringlas and Ra ...
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Capitol Notes

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There's never a shortage of political news in Wisconsin, from the governor's office to the Legislature to the state's elected officials in Washington, DC. Join WUWM host Maayan Silver and Wispolitics.com editor JR Ross as they highlight and provide context to the latest developments.
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Michigan's Big Show

Michael Patrick Shiels

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Michael Patrick Shiels’ personality-based, news making show covers state, national and international politics in a non-partisan manner. Michael Patrick skillfully mixes politics, which he affectionately refers to "as the family business" with news, business, sports and lifestyle topics you're interested in, keeping listeners informed as well as entertained. His inquisitive personality leads to asking newsmakers relevant questions - pointed, but with respect - and recognizes that listening is ...
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Each week on The Capitol Connection, you can keep yourself abreast of political developments and gain a little insight into how New York State's politicians think when you listen in as political scientist Dr. Alan Chartock holds conversations with members from the Assembly and Senate, and other political movers and shakers.
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They're the "Click and Clack" of Wisconsin politics. Scott Milfred, editorial page editor for the Wisconsin State Journal, and Phil Hands, the newspaper's political cartoonist, analyze the most important issues and debates from the Badger State with political independence and a sense of humor. Instead of tedious talking points from the left and the right, "Center Stage" broadcasts from the sensible center with audio clips from the Wisconsin Capitol, from State Journal editorial board meeting ...
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New York NOW

WMHT Educational Telecommunications

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’New York NOW’ is New York State’s Emmy Award-winning, in-depth public affairs program, featuring news, interviews and analysis from the Capitol in Albany. Each week, ’New York NOW’ probes politicians, civil servants, journalists and others to examine the impact of public policy on residents of the Empire State.
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Purplish

Colorado Public Radio

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Purplish is CPR News' podcast about state politics, state government, elections and political identity. Hosted by public affairs reporters Bente Birkeland and Andrew Kenney.
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Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
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Force of Law

CALmatters and Studio To Be

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After police killed an unarmed black man in his grandparents' backyard, activists set out to change California law, hoping to make it easier to prosecute police who kill. That's sparked a heated debate in the state Capitol between families who have lost loved ones to police, and law enforcement officers who face split-second decisions while performing a dangerous job. Reporter Laurel Rosenhall explores California's attempt to curb police shootings as politicians consider the nation's toughes ...
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Capitol Report

Minnesota Senate Media Services

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Join Shannon Loehrke for Capitol Report, a weekly public affairs program featuring Minnesota state policymakers' perspectives on pressing state issues and pending legislation.
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Minnesota's political podcast is hosted by State Representative Jeremy Munson (R-Lake Crystal) and Albertville City Councilman and political activist Walter Hudson. This show will dive into legislation, public policy, and politics in and outside the Capitol. "The Omnibus Podcast: Where all subjects are germane"
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Kentucky Politics Distilled

Louisville Public Media

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Kentucky Politics Distilled is our weekly rundown of the big news — and sometimes the odd news — happening in the state Capitol. With Kentucky’s elected leaders all in one place for a limited time, the developments can break in a rapid-fire fashion. Kentucky Politics Distilled helps ensure you don’t miss all the highs and lows coming out of Frankfort. We’ll discuss the important issues facing Kentucky and add context to the headlines that flew by over the week. New episodes post on Fridays. ...
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New episodes released weekly on Wednesday nights at 9pm Pacific Time.The History of the Evergreen State is a weekly show that focuses on various topics surrounding the history of the great state of Washington. From iconic people to maritime disasters, to a war with only a pig casualty, various disasters, and every interesting story in between. Episodes will either be self-contained single episode stories or in a two-part format, for the most part My intent with this podcast is to bring a lec ...
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The POLITICO Tech podcast is your daily download on the disruption that technology is bringing to politics and policy. From AI and the metaverse to disinformation and microchips, we explore how today’s technology is shaping our world — and driving the policy decisions, global rivalries and industries that will matter tomorrow.
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KNEO Capitol Report

Sky High Podcast Network

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Welcome to the KNEO Capitol Report, your daily insider's pass to the heart of Missouri's political landscape. Tune in every weekday morning on KNEO 91.7 FM, or wherever you get your podcasts, for brief and impactful updates straight from the desks of your local state representatives and senators in Southwest Missouri. In 2024, join us as we hear from Sen. Jill Carter (MO-32), Rep. Ben Baker (MO-160), Rep. Dirk Deaton (MO-159), Rep. Bob Bromley (MO-161), and Lane Roberts (MO-162). Additionall ...
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KABATALKS

Brian and John Kabateck

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Brothers Brian and John Kabateck take a unique approach to discussions affecting business and consumers alike in the state with a discussion that is presented with humor and conflict from brothers of typically differing opinions. Brian Kabateck is Founding and Managing Partner of Kabateck, LLP. A legal firm defending consumers rights and protections. Brian was also President of the Consumers Attorneys of California. John Kabateck, is President of Kabateck Strategies, LLP. His firm keeps the ...
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Capitol Prayer

Dr David J Rogers

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Capitol Prayer is people coming together in prayer for our nation, our states, our territories, and those who serve and represent us. We believe God, as He showed us in 2 Chronicles 7.14: if God's people who are called by His name will humble themselves, pray, seek His face, turn from their sin, then will He hear from heaven, forgive their sin, and heal their land. And, this we will do as we who are called by His name stand together as His Church for this nation and its people. Support this ...
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Poet, activist and researcher Glenance Green and former state legislator/gubernatorial candidate Daniel Biss, come together to talk Illinois politics, government and how the heck it all works (or doesn’t) in Springfield. From the games that are played just to let bills see the light of day, to the way lobbyists maneuver to keep them buried, to the secret ways you’re paying for hedge fund managers’ private plane rides...Glenance and Daniel will be pulling back the curtain and shining some lig ...
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Extra Credit

Connecticut Public Radio

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As non-profit journalism organizations, Connecticut Public Radio and the Connecticut Mirror share an objective — to educate the people of our state about how their government works, what it means to function in a democratic society, and the importance of understanding both their rights — and their responsibilities — as citizens.
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WORT Local News

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Breaking news and feature stories straight from the WORT News team’s underground lair in Madison, Wisconsin. New episodes every Monday through Thursday at 7:30 PM. Also available live on 89.9 FM from 6:00-7:00 PM and online anytime at WORTFM.org.
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KHOI's Capitol Week

Laura Belin, Dennis Hart

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Laura Belin, author of the blog Bleeding Heartland, updates you on developments in Iowa government, hosted by KHOI’s newsman Dennis Hart. An in-depth look at each week’s legislative actions, the governor, public agencies, and important events, as lawmakers act on matters that affect you and your family.
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Listen to all of the PBS NewsHour's coverage of U.S. politics, from Yamiche Alcindor's reports from the White House, to Lisa Desjardins on Capitol Hill, to our weekly analysis and discussions from David Brooks, Mark Shields, Amy Walter and Tamara Keith. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
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The Lobby Shop lets listeners tune in to conversations between Washington insiders who are directly involved in the biggest political and policy issues of our day. Hosted by Josh Zive, Liam Donovan, Paul Nathanson, Caitlin Sickles, and Dylan Pasiuk of Bracewell's Policy Resolution Group in Washington DC, this weekly podcast dives into the most recent news from Capitol Hill and beyond with input from foremost experts in their respective fields. Have a topic you'd like to hear discussed on the ...
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Freedom Unaffiliated

Independence Institute

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Did you know 46% of the voters in Colorado are unaffiliated? Have you ever wondered why? Hear from the experts at Independence Institute talk about the issues important to Colorado and how to bring some sanity to this increasingly leftist state.
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PoliticsAside

Congressman Jon Porter

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PoliticsAside is a virtual speaker series hosted by former Congressman Jon Porter that delivers insightful briefings from experts and insiders on topics that are in the forefront or just plain interesting.
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May 23, 2024 - State education officials are proposing gender-neutral rules for school sports, which could lead to an increase in co-ed sports team. We consider the merits of this idea and potential implementation challenges with Dr. Robert Zayas, executive director of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association.…
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A wave of tornadoes cut brutal paths of destruction through many towns over the weekend, killing at least 21 people, including two children. Some experts say this tornado season is looking like the most active since 2017. Geoff Bennett discussed what's happening now and the concerns as hurricane season approaches with Jeff Berardelli, chief meteoro…
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Global outcry continued Monday after an Israeli airstrike on a tent camp in the southern Gaza city of Rafah killed dozens of Palestinians. Israel said it was targeting two Hamas leaders. The strike comes just days after the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to halt its offensive in Rafah. Amna Nawaz reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by…
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In our news wrap Monday, a government official in Papua New Guinea says more than 2,000 people were buried alive in Friday's landslide, Spain pledged to supply Ukraine with more air defense missiles, the IAEA says Iran has further enlarged its stockpile of uranium enriched to near-weapons-grade levels and basketball legend Bill Walton died after a …
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Israel's airstrike on a tent camp in Rafah killed scores of civilians and led to more global outcry. To discuss how it happened and its wider significance, Amna Nawaz spoke with Noura Erakat, an associate professor at Rutgers University and a human rights lawyer, and retired Israeli Col. Pnina Sharvit Baruch, a senior research fellow at the Israel …
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This month marked four years since the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis. Floyd's killing sparked a global uprising and sweeping promises of racial justice and police reform. But four years later, there's been some backlash to the changes that were set into motion and in some cases, public attitudes have changed. Geoff Be…
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On this Memorial Day, nearly 81,000 American service personnel remain missing from previous wars. The vast majority were lost some 80 years ago in World War II. Cutting-edge technology is allowing the military to identify remains thought to be unidentifiable. It is allowing the military to fulfill its promise to leave no one behind. Nick Schifrin r…
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NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest political news, including where the 2024 presidential race stands ahead of the summer campaign season, where President Biden is trailing in the polls, a shift in the electorate and misconceptions about the economy. PBS NewsHour is su…
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NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest political news, including where the 2024 presidential race stands ahead of the summer campaign season, where President Biden is trailing in the polls, a shift in the electorate and misconceptions about the economy. PBS NewsHour is su…
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With graduation season in full swing, the class of 2024 is reflecting on a highly unusual four years of school. Their freshman experience was marked by pandemic lockdowns, but that was just the first in a chain of momentous global events. We spoke to some members of this class about how they're looking back and forward. PBS NewsHour is supported by…
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KCBS Insider Phil Matier is off today. Today: As we've been reporting, California colleges are disciplining faculty and students over protests on campuses in response to the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. For more, KCBS Radio news anchor Margie Shafer spoke with David McCuan, Professor of Political Science at Sonoma State University. You can…
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In our news wrap Sunday, powerful storms killed at least 14 people across Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and delayed the start of the Indy 500, Israel and Hamas exchanged fire across Gaza's border, at least 123 people died in intensified fighting in Sudan, the UN estimates more than 670 people are buried beneath Papua New Guinea's massive landslide, …
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Tyson Foods is one of the world's biggest meat and poultry producers. According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, it's also a major polluter in the United States. A new report from the group says Tyson plants dumped more than 371 million pounds of pollutants into U.S. waterways between 2018 and 2022. John Yang speaks with UCS research director …
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The five-year farm bill is working its way through Congress, and one major sticking point this year is funding for the federal program that helps low-income people buy food. An analysis by the Urban Institute found that SNAP benefits in 2023 did not cover the rising cost of groceries in 98 percent of U.S. counties. Ali Rogin speaks with Urban Insti…
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The end of the school year often means year-end concerts for student orchestras and choirs. For high school music educator Annie Ray, it's time to look back on a busy year that included a Grammy award and look ahead at her vision of what education should be. Ali Rogin sits down with Ray for the latest installment of our "Weekend Spotlight" series. …
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In our news wrap Saturday, Israel pressed ahead with its assault on Rafah despite international criticism, a Russian strike on a residential area of Kharkiv killed at least two people, Secretary of Defense Austin resumed his duties after undergoing a medical treatment at Walter Reed, and the TSA says it screened nearly 3 million passengers at airpo…
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Four years ago today, the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers ignited international protests over racism and calls for police reforms. Despite that global reach, it is still very much a local trauma for Minneapolis. John Yang speaks with Minnesota Public Radio senior reporter Jon Collins about how the lasting effects of Floyd's d…
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Along the Russia-Ukraine border, badly stretched Ukrainian forces are struggling to deny Russia a foothold. The town of Vovchansk, three miles inside the border, has seen some of the fiercest fighting since Russia launched its offensive in 2022. John Ray of Independent Television News joined soldiers from Ukraine's 57th Brigade there and has this r…
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What constitutes sexual education and the grade in which it's taught varies greatly in America, and 2024 is shaping up to set a record for legislative proposals mostly aimed at restricting the subject in schools. Sara Flowers, vice president of education at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, joins Ali Rogin to discuss the increasingly compli…
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Anna May Wong was a pioneering actress considered to be the first major Asian American film star, despite the limits imposed by Hollywood's racism. As this year's Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month draws to a close, we bring you her story as part of our "Hidden Histories" series. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https…
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Usually we'd be joined by KCBS Insider Phil Matier, but Phil is away today. Two prominent San Francisco waterfront restaurants which closed after the pandemic are taking the City to court, blaming deteriorating conditions in Fisherman's Wharf for their loss of business. The lawsuit doesn't appear to be getting a lot of sympathy from neighboring bus…
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In our news wrap Friday, the U.N.'s top court ordered Israel to stop military operations in Rafah but did not require a full cease-fire, an American missionary couple was killed by gang members in Haiti, more than 100 people in Papua New Guinea are feared dead after a massive landslide and Defense Secretary Austin is undergoing a medical procedure …
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In a historic first, the NCAA and the nation's Power Five conferences reached a deal to pay their athletes. The general terms of a settlement will see the NCAA pay nearly $2.8 billion in damages over 10 years to nearly 14,000 players. It also creates a new system that allows schools to use up to $21 million a year to pay student-athletes. Geoff Ben…
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A bill that would restrict access to abortion pills has been signed into law in Louisiana. The law reclassifies the drugs as a controlled substance, grouping them with Xanax and Valium. Possession without a prescription from a specially licensed doctor could be punishable by 5 years in prison. Amna Nawaz discussed more with Dr. Jennifer Avegno, dir…
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Myanmar's civil war has taken a critical turn in recent weeks following a series of defeats for the military junta that reclaimed power in 2021. The exiled civilian government, deposed in that coup, says victory for their resistance is coming soon. But there are fears of a violent struggle as the military attempts to regain lost ground. Special cor…
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New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Amna Nawaz to discuss the week in politics, including Nikki Haley's announcement she's backing Donald Trump, how voters may react to the verdict in Trump's criminal trial and President Biden's attempt to appeal to Black and Hispanic voters as polls sho…
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New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Amna Nawaz to discuss the week in politics, including Nikki Haley's announcement she's backing Donald Trump, how voters may react to the verdict in Trump's criminal trial and President Biden's attempt to appeal to Black and Hispanic voters as polls sho…
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Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of the summer travel season and that means a lot of driving and flying. When discussing greenhouse gas emissions, the focus is usually on cars and trucks since they generate the most. But the aviation sector is under pressure to reduce its carbon footprint. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien looks at ef…
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A historic bicentennial anniversary is upon us. The humble pint is now 200 years old. That staple measurement of bar life was first introduced in 1824 to placate British drinkers who claimed taverns were cheating them of precious ale. Now those public houses are facing a crisis: what happens when the public no longer heads to the pub? Special corre…
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With just a few days before the end of session, Gov. Kathy Hochul and lawmakers are pushing to get two social media child privacy bills over the finish line. The state Senate Transportation Committee officially has a new chair. State Sen. Jeremy Cooney joins us to discuss his vision for the committee and the legacy he's hoping to have. While FY25 s…
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It has been two years since more than $2 trillion in new US industrial policy initiatives were signed into law. However, despite the much‐​publicized increases in construction spending and numerous announcements of future investments—there has been little actual evidence of the manufacturing boom that these government programs were supposed to cata…
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A complex array of government policies and market forces cause drug prices to be higher in the United States than other nations. Is this a problem? If so, are there better policies for determining drug prices? What is the “right” price for a drug? Panelists will discuss evidence suggesting that US drug prices are excessive and what policymakers sho…
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Text us your feedback! Want to support The Texan and help us continue providing the Lone Star State with news you can trust? Subscribe today: https://thetexan.news/subscribe/ The Texan’s Daily Rundown brings you a quick recap of the latest stories in Texas politics so you can stay informed with news you can trust. Want more resources? Be sure to vi…
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The DFL is in its second year of control of the House, Senate and governor’s office. Over the last four months, the DFL passed a rideshare ordinance, a bill on gun restrictions with a tougher penalty for “straw purchasers” and various cannabis resolutions. But there’s also a list of bills that didn’t pass from an equal rights amendment to sports be…
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Eric and Lara Trump are speaking at the annual NCGOP convention, where North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum is also speaking as Donald Trump looks for a vice presidential running mate. In the legislature, a war of words between Republican leaders on state budget talks and a proposal to undo the law allowing people to wear masks for health reasons. The UNC…
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May is National Small Business Month. Small businesses and startups play an important part in the technology sector, and many proposed policy changes could be particularly impactful on them. While often antitrust is thought of as a “big business” issue, the reality is that changes to competition policy, such as restrictions on mergers and acquisiti…
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KCBS Insider Phil Matier is away today. For 22 million voters, California's official state voter guide is key to making informed choices. In March, the primary guide cost $13.2 million, even though Prop 1 was the only ballot measure present. As we prepare for November's ballot, which currently has twelve measures, we could see that cost go even hig…
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