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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

For The People

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For The People Podcasts

9/19/2017

Hour 1: Mark Steinagel, director of Div. of Occupational and Professional Licensing on AG's opiod investigation announcement -- Heather Lieber on CAASS "Back to...

9/19/2017

Hour 2: Sutherland Institute Principle Matters: Choosing our politicians (US Senate race) -- Local groups studying childhood trauma -- Equifax data breach scandal gets...

9/18/2017

Hour 1: Count My Vote ballot initiative revived, GOP leadership to blame -- Absurd patent news -- Wellsville City statement on sham battle changes

9/18/2017

Hour 2: UTE PAC director Robert Lucero on Wellsville CIty "sham battle" statement, rally -- Study: Processed foods as addictive as drugs -- Flood...

9/15/2017

Hour 1: Bryce Wood on Richmond Historic Theater concert series -- Cache nurses headed to Florida -- Sen. Orrin Hatch gets "punny" in medical...

9/15/2017

Hour 2: FTP Movie Show: Mother, Star Wars news concerns fans, IT box office take

9/14/2017

Hour 1: Sen Lyle Hillyard on special session, .05 DUI law changes -- Report raises crash safety question about FAA testing

9/14/2017

Hour 2: Mero Moment: Rules make law, not vice versa (DACA) -- UDOH's Andrea Hood on new Utah suicide data

9/13/2017

Hour 1: USU Title IX investigation "far more serious" than others -- Emily Pugsley of BRHD on new Utah suicide rate data, growing concern

9/13/2017

Hour 2: Google employees announce "corner store" killing technology to large backlash -- What would Gen Xers like to say to Millenials?

9/12/2017

Hour 1: Disney announces delay in Star Wars release -- Utah Health Dept. report on opioid deaths in Utah suggests heroin use increase --

9/12/2017

Hour 2: Sutherland Institute's Principal Matters: Chasing distraction to avoid uncomfortable conversations -- Fake news, Political tribalism, short attention spans, and social media

9/11/2017

Hour 1: Robert Lucero of UtePAC on Wellsville "sham battle" controversy and upcoming protest -- How children experience 9/11 memorials

9/11/2017

Hour 2: Katie Jensen and Patty Grewy of the English Language Center on refugee services and fundraising dinner

9/8/2017

Hour 1: Listener reactions to "sham battle" column -- SLTrib's Robert Gehrke on why he wrote it

9/8/2017

Hour 2: FTP Movie Show: Stephen King's "It"

9/6/2017

Hour 1: County Executive Craig Buttars and trails planner Dayton Crites (Fair building demolition, Highline Trail Festival)

9/6/2017

Hour 2: How iTunes killed the pop song fade out -- Houston residents use app to coordinate rescues

9/5/2017

Hour 1: Weber fire update -- Last monk leaves Huntsville monastery -- IHC pledges to cut opoid prescriptions by 40%

9/5/2017

Hour 2: Fantasy Football a $7B industry -- Weber fire update -- Trump announces DACA phase out, Utahns react

9/1/2017

Hour 1: Ogden City Council meeting held about urban chickens

8/31/2017

Hour 1: County Exec Craig Buttars on re-opening Mendon road -- ABC special on Mattress Mack (Houston rescuer) -- Redistricting public hearings

8/30/2017

Hour 1: Houston, Texas dealing with rescues and cleanup from Hurricane Harvey

8/30/2017

Hour 2: The 10 year anniversary of hashtags and their impact on social media

8/29/2017

Hour 1: Harvey breaking rainfall records -- Houston resident and former radio group personality Kayleen Barton -- How you can help Houston residents