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Issues Today Radio

Since 1998 Bob Gourley has been exploring "the issues that affect all of us" with an outstanding list of guests each week. The fast-paced half hour is syndicated throughout the United States. 

Sep 14, 2020

(#20-38-Sept. 20) Samantha Batko discusses new approaches to homelessness. Radio Executive Ed Mann talks about his new book "For the Love of Radio." Howard Gottlieb discuses the Read-a-Thon program. 

Sep 8, 2020

(#20-37-Sept. 7-Sept. 13) Attorney Bell answers the question, "Have voting rights eroded?' Rob Badger and Nita Winter discuss how to become a citizen scientist and Maribel Alonso on preparing safe school lunches. 

Aug 31, 2020

(#20-36-Aug. 31-Sept. 7) Dr. Andrea Klemes comments on increased depression because of the pandemic. Dr. Laura Cheever talks about the progress of HIV treatments and Scott Dow on the growth of on-line education. 

Aug 24, 2020

(#20-35-Aug. 24-Aug. 30) Lisa Conyers comments on rising crony capitalism in the land. Pete Hutchinson talks about the challenges of mail-in voting and Dr. Richard Arrivello answers the question,"Are corporate events safe?"

Aug 17, 2020

(#20-34-Aug. 17-Aug. 23) Robert Katzburg talks about vanishing juries. Dr. Enric Sala comments on his book "The Nature of Nature" and Brian Blase on transparent healthcare pricing.