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Race Capitol

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Race Capitol

Race Capitol

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Race Capitol interrogates racial narratives in Richmond, Virginia, the former capitol of the Confederacy. www.racecapitol.com @RaceCapitol Three Black feminist organizers deliver activist radio every Wednesday at 10am on WRIR LP 97.3 FM Richmond Independent Radio. Episodes loaded weekly. Created by: Chelsea Higgs Wise (she/her) Co-Hosts: Naomi Isaac (they/them) & Kalia Harris (she/her)
 
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Capitol Notes

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Capitol Notes

WUWM 89.7 FM - Milwaukee's NPR

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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's Marti Mikkelson and Wispolitics.com editor JR Ross each week as they highlight and provide context to the latest developments.
 
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Capitol Compass

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Capitol Compass

NYS Catholic Conference

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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.
 
This podcast features the weekly sermon message, usually presented by our pastor, Rev. Alisa Lasater Wailoo. CHUMC is located at 5th Street and Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC, and we embrace as a gift the diversity of our neighborhood and the world, celebrating our human family's diversity of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age, faith history, economic status, marital status, physical and mental ability, and education. We affirm that all people are created in the i ...
 
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Capitol Talk

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Capitol Talk

Sally Mauk

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Montana Public Radio's weekly legislative news and analysis program appears on Fridays throughout the legislative session. MTPR's Sally Mauk is joined by Capitol Reporter Holly Michels and UM Political Science Professor Rob Saldin to discuss the week's legislative news.
 
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Capitol View

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Capitol View

Sunday morning talk on Arkansas politics

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Capitol View is Arkansas' longest-running Sunday morning political talk show. It airs statewide on six Nexstar Broadcasting stations. Interviews regularly feature the state's top political newsmakers. Capitol View is hosted by Jessi Turnure and based out of KARK-TV in Little Rock.
 
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At The Capitol with Portal Players

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At The Capitol with Portal Players

Peter Wienold: Director, Producer, Actor and Show Host

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Located in Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada - The Capitol Theatre is owned and operated by the volunteer-run Portal Players Dramatic Society. We produce our own plays, musicals & other live entertainment, and we provide educational opportunities through all our programs, & especially through our STAGES Youth Theatre program and our GLEE choral program. "At The Capitol" features chats with our members discussing upcoming shows, auditions, personal profiles and much more.
 
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October 19, 2021 - In light of his retirement as head of the New York Offshore Wind Alliance, we're taking a trip back in time with Joe Martens to his time as the commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Conservation, from the spring of 2011 to the summer of 2015. He talks about the ban on fracking, dealing with less than ideal staffin…
 
Former President Donald Trump shook up the Wisconsin governor’s race over the weekend by urging former Republican Wisconsin U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy to challenge Democratic incumbent Tony Evers next November. Trump's endorsement of Duffy could make things difficult for the only high-profile Republican candidate in the contest so far — former Lt. Gov. R…
 
Asphalt, the heaviest part of crude used in road and home construction, could see a surge in demand as the $1 trillion infrastructure bill would provide record amounts of funding for highway improvements. But all that depends on the bill making it to the president’s desk to be signed into law. That legislation also includes critical language that w…
 
Tribal governments responding to the U.S. Supreme Court's 2020 decision in McGirt v. Oklahoma have looked to negotiation to resolve differences with the state of Oklahoma. Chickasaw Nation senior counsel Stephen Greetham discusses frustrations Native American tribes have experienced in pursuing tribal-state dialogue. In the previous episode of Capi…
 
As Missouri political leaders encouraged citizens to pray for their state and nation during Missouri’s Day of Prayer, CapMin’s Pastor Matt Goodsell prayed this prayer for them.โดย Ralph Drollinger
 
Sen. Kirk Hatcher of Montgomery joins us to discuss both the upcoming special legislative session on reapportionment and the state school board voting to codify its opposition to teaching Critical Race Theory. State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris will talk with us about more COVID booster shots that are coming. Alabama Sentencing Commission Execut…
 
The controversy surrounding the residency of Representative John Thompson, I-St. Paul, and the decennial process of redrawing legislative districts prompted the Senate State Government and Elections committee to hold an informational hearing last week. Senator Mary Kiffmeyer, R-Big Lake, chair of the State Government and Elections committee, joins …
 
On October 7, the Senate Judiciary Committee issued its staff report: "Subverting Justice: How the Former President and his Allies Pressured DOJ to Overturn the 2020 Election." This episode summarizes and analyzes the findings of this report, along with the transcript of the testimony of former Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen before the Senat…
 
This week on Race capitol, we are talking about the casino; exploring the legacy of wealth extraction, colonialism, and big shiny developments here in Richmond. We speak with community advocate and musician Allan-Charles Chipman and local artist Shon. After we speak with our guests, all three hosts will provide some deeper analysis on the upcoming …
 
In our first episode we chat with Dennis Poust, the Executive Director of the New York State Catholic Conference. He explains who we are as an organization, our goals for the podcast, and why Catholics should be involved in public policy. Sign up for the Catholic Action Network (CAN) by going to our website, nyscatholic.org/action-center/, or texti…
 
This week on the Soccer Capitol Podcast Mike, Mason, and Shjon bring you our breakdown of the grand highs and deep lows of the US Men's National Team's performance over the first two games of this WCQ window. We also have score reports from the STL City academy road trip, some news about a place to park your car by the stadium, an invitation to a S…
 
October 19, 2021 - Senate Aging Committee Chair Rachel May recently visited a central New York nursing home that has come under fire for its inadequate treatment of the elderly and disabled New Yorkers that it serves. The Syracuse-area Democrat discusses the state's role in improving care at the facility and what needs to be done to improve elder c…
 
October 18, 2021 - A new report from the state Department of Health examined the efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccinations, including during the emergence of the Delta variance. Dr. Eli Rosenberg, the report's lead author, discusses how the analysis was conducted, what they determined and how the information should be utilized.…
 
October 18, 2021 - Joe Martens, the recently retired head of the New York Offshore Wind Alliance, explains the current state of New York's offshore wind projects along the coast of Long Island and what they mean for job creation in the Capital Region.โดย WCNY
 
October 15, 2021 - Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction Committee Chair Julia Salazar, a Brooklyn Democrat, discusses her campaign to roll back the use of fines, fees and surcharges for New Yorkers who violate vehicle and traffic laws or the penal code.โดย WCNY
 
October 15, 2021 - A 2019 state law designed to foster collective bargaining rights of farmworkers is being utilized for the first time by a dozen employees at a Long Island vineyard, who will be represented by the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union. We hear from a farmworker at the vineyard and the local labor advocate who helped organiz…
 
October 15, 2021 - The child care industry in New York, and around the country, was knocked back on its heels during the pandemic, and providers of after school care are finding it particularly hard to rebound and are struggling to keep their doors open this fall.โดย WCNY
 
October 15, 2021 - New York's 2022 teacher of the year, Carly Santangelo, an agriculture teacher in the Southern Tier, reflects on her recent recognition, the challenge of inspiring a new generation of New Yorkers interested in agriculture and the education policies she wants to see out of Albany.โดย WCNY
 
October 14, 2021 - Jaime Michelle Cain, co-leader of the Under One Roof coalition, highlights a new $125 million state fund available this month for landlords who were shut out of this summer's rental assistance program because their tenants refused to apply for back rent payment funding.โดย WCNY
 
October 14, 2021 - State Budget Director Robert Mujica explains the analysis done by his office, in conjunction with the state Department of Labor, to justify raising the minimum wage in the New York City suburbs and across upstate New York.โดย WCNY
 
October 14, 2021 - Assemblyman John McDonald, a Capital Region pharmacist, and Michael Duteau, president of the Community Pharmacy Association of New York State, highlight a package of bills that they say are critical for Gov. Kathy Hochul to sign if the state wants its independent pharmacies to keep their doors open.…
 
October 14, 2021 - The trails in the Adirondack Park were built too steep and can't sustain the current demand, according to Adirondack Council Conservation Officer Charlotte Staats, who is recommending the state invest in an overhaul of the paths.โดย WCNY
 
October 13, 2021 - Assemblymember Patricia Fahy, an Albany Democrat, is trying to make sure state education officials allow adult literacy classes to be administered remotely in certain situations and makes the case for increased state funding for these services.โดย WCNY
 
October 13, 2021 - We get to know Cordell Cleare, the Democrat tapped by her local party leaders to succeed Brian Benjamin in the state senate. We discuss her background as a staffer, priorities for office in 2022 and whether she's an establishment candidate.โดย WCNY
 
October 13, 2021 - The state's evolving plan to overhaul a portion of Interstate-81 in Syracuse is broadly championed by the New York Civil Liberties Union, but the organization says more can be done to limit potential public health problems and promote local opportunities for people of color. NYCLU Education Policy Center Assistant Director Laness…
 
October 12, 2021 - As body cameras become more prevalent on law enforcement officers in New York, The Fortune Society's Rob DeLeon argues they should also be ubiquitous among corrections officers interacting with incarcerated New Yorkers.โดย WCNY
 
October 12, 2021 - Two months ago, New York State Democratic Party Chair Jay Jacobs wasn't ready to back a candidate to be his party's candidate for governor, but now he is throwing his weight behind Gov. Kathy Hochul. The Nassau County Democrat explains why he's making an endorsement, the vetting process he went through and his decision to give fo…
 
October 12, 2021 - Rob Hayes, director of clean water for Environmental Advocates NY, recaps the October meeting of the state's Drinking Water Quality Council and explains what their actions mean for New Yorkers who enjoy a glass of water from time to time, you know, to survive.โดย WCNY
 
Rev. Shinshu Roberts discusses the path of the postulant as a sangha member today has a ceremony marking his entry into a period of priesthood discernment. https://www.oceangatezen.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Shinshu-The-Path-of-the-Postulant-compressed.mp3โดย Ocean Gate Zen Center
 
There’s been a whirlwind of developments in former State Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman’s quest to investigate the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin. Gableman abruptly canceled plans last week to interview the mayors and election clerks of the state’s five largest cities, just days after he subpoenaed them.…
 
Amid a crowded field of US liquefaction projects, Commonwealth LNG is looking to build momentum for its proposed 8.4 million mt/year facility in Louisiana as it targets a final investment decision in late 2022 and shipping its first LNG in 2025. Senior editor Harry Weber spoke with Commonwealth LNG CEO Paul Varello about the state of the global mar…
 
Without love being central to your faith, your trajectory in office will be less than it could be otherwise. For you to be influential, your spouse, family members, and colleagues must know in their heart of hearts that, first and foremost, you are a loving person. Paul states in the opening portions of 1 Corinthians 13, without “love I am nothing.…
 
Like the Apostle Paul in numerous passages, I cannot escape the gravity and significance of what follows relative to viewing my life with a very sober eternal perspective—all in preparation for what Scripture calls the Bema Seat judgment. I pray God will use this study in your own life in a similar, profound way.…
 
Attorney General Steve Marshall joins us to discuss his concerns with the prison reform measure passed by the legislature last week. Rep. Connie Rowe of Jasper will talk with us about new prison construction and about leaving the legislature for a job with the Lieutenant Governor. Sen. Del Marsh of Anniston will be with us to discuss gambling prosp…
 
In July 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court determined, in McGirt v. Oklahoma, that Oklahoma does not have jurisdiction over crimes committed on tribal land against tribal citizens. The decision has raised concerns about how far the ruling extends into other areas of state-tribal relations. We discuss with the special counsel to Governor Kevin Stitt, Ryan…
 
October 8, 2021 - New York Power Authority President and CEO Gil Quiniones highlights the effort to go green at the Empire State Plaza, including the construction of a new solar array in Oneida County and an energy audit of the sprawling Albany complex.โดย WCNY
 
October 8, 2021 - We turned to Home Care Association of New York State President Al Cardillo to understand the ramifications of Gov. Kathy Hochul's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for the industry, which may result in a disruption of services as thousands of workers are not vaccinated.โดย WCNY
 
October 8, 2021 - New York City's campaign to implement congestion pricing may have overcome federal roadblocks, but Politico New Jersey's Ry Rivard says the newest obstacle is closer to home, with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy threatening to derail plans in the Big Apple.โดย WCNY
 
October 8, 2021 - New York Times reporter Jesse McKinley visited a Native American reservation in upstate New York, where local entrepreneurs have begun selling marijuana, which is allowed under state law, but contrary to the plans of tribal leaders.โดย WCNY
 
October 7, 2021 - Legislation awaiting Gov. Kathy Hochul's signature would dramatically change the state's regulations governing plasma donation, so we turned to the Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association's Bill Speir for help understanding what the measure could mean for New York and the plasma community more broadly.…
 
October 7, 2021 - New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Chief of Staff Sean Mahar explains how the Hochul administration is responding to the detection of PFOA in the drinking water of a small community in Rensselaer County. We examine how testing is being utilized, the search for the source of contamination and what risks are pos…
 
October 7, 2021 - The ballot referendum reforming the state's redistricting process has divided good government advocates, so we got the two sides from Jennifer Wilson, deputy director of the League of Women Voters of New York State, and Susan Lerner, executive director of Common Cause New York.โดย WCNY
 
October 6, 2021 - After the state got a slow start this summer distributing funding from an $800 million small business pandemic relief program, Assembly Small Business Committee Chair Al Stirpe, a Syracuse-area Democrat, is encouraged by the administration of the program under Gov. Kathy Hochul, but is still eying ways to maximize the massive stat…
 
October 6, 2021 - Senate Transportation Committee Chair Tim Kennedy, a Buffalo-area Democrat, discusses the current state of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority after a wild 18 months, which has seen ridership disrupted by the pandemic and billions of federal dollars invested in to stabilizing the organization.…
 
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