• Kansas City Week in Review – Feb 21, 2020
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    Kansas City Week in Review – Feb 21, 2020

    it’s all the news you can use the week’s most impactful stories and newsmakers from around our metro it’s your Kansas city week reviewed next week in review is made possible through the generous support of Dave and Jamie Cummings Bob and Marlese Gourley Smithfield foods Haas and Wilkerson insurance the Courtney S. Turner charitable trust John H. Mize and bank of America N. A. co trustees and by viewers like you thank you I’m Nick Haines and thank you so much for being with us as we connect the dots on the local news of our week around the cozy confines of our week in review table Mr up…

  • TMCC Constitution Day – 2016
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    TMCC Constitution Day – 2016

    All right everybody first of all I want to thank you for coming here and I know you’re doing it it has nothing to do with extra credit I’m so impressed that all of you are doing this let me introduce myself I’m Paul Davis I’m professor of political science here and just a little brief note you’re gonna be it’s going to be interactive if you have your mobile devices you can take them out now but even though today is September 15th September 17th is Constitution Day well that comes out on a Saturday and I know even with extra credit nobody would show up on a Saturday…

  • Cannabis Legislation | The Line
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    Cannabis Legislation | The Line

    >>Gene: SENATE BILL 115 WOULD LEGALIZE THE SALE OF RECREATIONAL CANNABIS. IT PASSED ITS FIRST HURDLE TUESDAY. SENATORS VOTED 4-3 ALONG PARTY LINES, DEMOCRATS FOR AND REPUBLICANS AGAINST. IT PASSED AFTER HOURS OF PUBLIC COMMENT AND DEBATE. THOSE IN FAVOR CITE PUBLIC SUPPORT AND OPPORTUNITY FOR ECONOMIC BOON. THOSE AGAINST, BRING UP SAFETY AND HEALTH ISSUES, AMONG OTHER CONCERNS. WE WOULD BE ROUGHLY ONE OF DOZEN STATES WITH LEGALIZED RECREATIONAL CANNABIS BUT ONE OF, I BELIEVE, THREE STATES WITH — I AM NOT SURE — THIRD TO PASS IT BY STATUTE VERSUS, YOU KNOW, A PUBLIC VOTE.>>INITIAL TAKE AWAY. I WANT TO ASK, FIRST OF ALL, FROM YOUR SENSE OF…

  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) on Universal Healthcare & the Knicks | Extended Interview | DESUS & MERO
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    Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) on Universal Healthcare & the Knicks | Extended Interview | DESUS & MERO

    – Yo, what up? Bodega Boys in the building. We up in Boston. MERO: That’s right. And guess who we’re here with? – Senator Elizabeth Warren. – That’s right! Elizabeth Warren in the house, yerr! MERO: You know what I mean? Now talking to you, you seem like a very nice woman. Oh, really? But the problem is– You should ask the billionaires. Yes! You’ve been bullying them! – I’m telling you. – You are the Deebo. – You terrible person! – Whoa! – You are making them– How dare you take a million dollars out of my $28 billion? Exactly! You made a billionaire cry. How you have a…

  • Kansas City Week in Review – January 17, 2020
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    Kansas City Week in Review – January 17, 2020

    these are the stories you’re talkingabout the ones you need to know about your essential guide to the week’s most impactful local news stories next week in review is made possible through the generous support of Dave and Jamie Cummings Bob and Marlese Gourley Smithfield foods Haas and Wilkerson insurance the Courtney S. Turner charitable trust John H. Mize and bank of America N. A. co trustees and by viewers like you thank you welcome everyone I’ll guess this we got totally indestructible like the US postal service no threat of weather Armageddon can stop them powered by coffee and adrenaline and remarkable belief that you need to know what’s…

  • The Opioid Epidemic is a Lie – Medical Freedom
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    The Opioid Epidemic is a Lie – Medical Freedom

    I am sitting in a stick Hut in the park. Today, I’d like to talk with you a bit about medical freedom. I do a radio show called medical freedom and I’m asked sometimes, well, what is medical freedom? And it’s really a right that we don’t have, but we should. One of our founding fathers, signer of the Declaration of Independence, was Dr. Benjamin Rush, and he urged for a provision to be made for medical freedom just as there was being made a provision for religious freedom. He wasn’t heeded and today we live in a world of: forced vaccination, pain patients being stripped of their pain medicine,…

  • Brief Interventions for Cannabis Use Disorders: The Check-Up Model
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    Brief Interventions for Cannabis Use Disorders: The Check-Up Model

    My name is Meg Bruner and I’m from the Northwest ATTC and I’m sitting in as your host today for Bia Carlini, who’s out of town. I’m excited to present to you today’s webinar: brief interventions for cannabis use disorders: the checkup model presented by Dr. Denise Walker. Before I introduce Dr. Walker I just wanted to quickly mention that our slides from and a recording of this webinar will both be available on our website by tomorrow. You’ll also be getting an email later today with a link to a survey about how we did and if you submit that survey you’ll receive a $5 gift card for either…

  • Senator Tallian explains her Marijuana Legislation
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    Senator Tallian explains her Marijuana Legislation

    I know a lot of people are interested that I do an update on the status of Senate bill 347 which is the bill that deals with marijuana [policy in the state of Indiana. As you know, I filed a bill this year that would decriminalize marijuana possession in the state of Indiana. That means that for possession of small amounts, under three ounces, it would be an infraction only, like traffic ticket, you can pay a fine but there is no jail time and no criminal record. I was originally told that I would not get a hearing on this bill at all this year because its an election…