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Best Legislator podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Legislator podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Criminal lawyer Michael Spratt and legal expert Emilie Taman discuss issues at the intersection of law, politics, and policy. What happens in our courts and the halls of power affects you. Feed your brain with answers to your most burning political and legal questions. Check out more at: www.michaelspratt.com And join the Docket's discord channel to chat and listen to live recordings: https://discord.gg/2TzUamZ
 
Zoo Logic with animal trainer, zoo advocate, and ZOOmility author, Dr. Grey Stafford, is a weekly conversation with zoo, aquarium, and animal experts about Nature, wildlife, pets, animal training with positive reinforcement, health and welfare, research, conservation, and education, sustainability, zoo politics, activism and legislation, and all things animals! On Zoo Logic, we’ll go behind the scenes with animal professionals and influencers from around the world to explore the latest Zoos ...
 
Broken English is a mobile podcast hosted by me, Andrew Mahar in and around Chicago, Illinois. This first season is a mixture of interviews from people who have immigrated to the U.S. ranging from Mexico to South Africa to Turkey to Bolivia. With the Trump administration creating such a negative connotation around the word “Immigrant” now more than ever, immigrants need a voice to share their side of the story. Broken English is here to be that voice.
 
Created BY mortgage professional FOR mortgage professionals, Lykken on Lending is a weekly 60-minute radio program styled “podcast” hosted by mortgage veteran, David Lykken. Joining the program each week is Les Parker with the TMSpotlight MACRO view of the markets, Joe Farr with a MARKET UPDATE, Alice Alvey providing a LEGISLATIVE UPDATE, Allen Pollack with his weekly TECH UPDATE and Andy Schell (a/k/a "Dr. Shell the Profit Doctor") providing tips on FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT. This is followed by ...
 
The United States of Anxiety: The United States of Anxiety is a show about the unfinished business of our history and its grip on our future. Many of the political and social arguments we’re having now started in the aftermath of the Civil War, when Americans set out to do something no one had tried before: build the world’s first multiracial democracy. The podcast gives voters the context to understand what’s at stake in this election. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other ...
 
In this seasonal, weekly podcast, we break down the Idaho Legislature so you don't have to. We dig into what's happening, drill down into the why and find out how it affects you. The Legislature makes the laws, controls the money and creates the rules that govern life in Idaho. Each Friday, we ask these questions: What just happened? How does it affect your life? Join Boise State Political Science Professor Gary Moncrief and Boise State Public Radio's Samantha Wright as they break down Idaho ...
 
We are a general farm and ranch organization that has roots of representing family farmers, ranchers and rural Oklahomans since 1905. Our focus extends beyond plows and cows as we address consumer issues and offer insurance coverage for all Oklahomans.
 
You can find the region's most in-depth look at New York State politics and government each week on The Legislative Gazette. Hosted by David Guistina, the program features regular commentary by syndicated columnist and political scientist Dr. Alan Chartock. On each program, the award-winning WAMC News Team combines forces to bring you a wrap-up of the week's political news, the goings on in and around the legislature, and the stories that will keep you well-informed and in the know.
 
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In today’s show originally broadcast on March 31 2020, Andy is joined by Paul English for a show entitled, “The Coronavirus Legislation…” We discussed: the UK Government Website’s claim that COVID-19 is no longer a High Consequence Infectious Disease (HCID) and why the mainstream media have chosen not to report on this document; the ways in which G…
 
(BOISE, Idaho) — Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Monday signed into law two anti-transgender bills, making Idaho the first among states that introduced some 40 such bills this year to enact them. The Republican governor approved legislation that prohibits transgender people from changing the sex listed on their birth certificates, and another that bans t…
 
COVID-19 has had a devastating impact. The public health crisis has caused tragic human loss and is overwhelming the United States healthcare system. Businesses have suffered along with the public. The lack of federal leadership has been glaring. States and local governments are coping the best they can despite the obvious absence of federal leader…
 
Adam Boulton and guests discuss the Prime Minister's big announcement of a near total lockdown as the country battles the coronavirus outbreak But is the messaging getting through and has the government got it right so far? They examine the emergency legislation rushed through parliament to enforce government measures and discuss efforts to fast-tr…
 
The Legislative Gazette is a weekly program about New York State Government and politics. On this week’s Gazette: the new Coronavirus continues to spread in New York, our political observer Alan Chartock shares his thoughts on the Governor’s expanded powers in light of the potential pandemic, and VT’s attorney general is suing a NY based data colle…
 
Two weeks in to the UK lockdown, Adam Boulton and guests examine the government's handling of the coronavirus crisis so far as delays to the testing of frontline NHS workers result in some uncomfortable headlines for the Prime Minister. They assess the lessons learned from previous pandemics like the Spanish Flu, the current response from ministers…
 
It is a common, and very human, response to be stung by insults. Yet Presidents and politicians recognize that being insulted is part of their profession. Almost all presidents brood in private about the insults aimed at them. George Washington complained about press “outrages on common decency.” Richard Nixon kept an enemies list.…
 
The passage of the pandemic stimulus bill to the tune of at least $2.2 trillion dollars was heralded as a major step towards staunching the massive economic toll of the near-complete shutdown of the United States. But of the many moves made by the federal government, the effects of that stimulus bill may ultimately pale in comparison with the radic…
 
(NEW ORLEANS) — Ellis Marsalis Jr., jazz pianist, teacher and patriarch of a New Orleans musical clan that includes famed performer sons Wynton and Branford, has died after battling pneumonia brought by the new coronavirus, one of his sons said late Wednesday. He was 85. Ellis Marsalis III confirmed in a phone interview with The Associated Press th…
 
With a deadly coronavirus epidemic creeping northward and the nearest hospital 230 miles away, Galen Gilbert, First Chief of Arctic Village, Alaska, knew his 200-person town could not afford to take any chances. A single case of COVID-19 could lead to the virus quickly spreading around the tight-knit community, but anybody who needed hospitalizatio…
 
While most of Adam Gainer's family works in the medical field, the career path never interested him. Instead, the 35-year-old pursued engineering and design; he's now working on a master's degree in product design and innovation at Virginia Commonwealth University. But the global pandemic has thrust him, and thousands of other engineers, designers,…
 
Global efforts to restrict social gatherings have led to shuttered venues and canceled tours, cutting performing artists of all kinds off from income and opportunities to connect with live audiences. In an industry that's often tumultuous to begin with, performers are now turning to technology-enabled alternatives to produce their art and make ends…
 
When Vanessa is asked to clean up after patients who have the seasonal flu or measles or MRSA in the Pennsylvania hospital where she works in environmental services, she knows what to do. She knows how to disinfect surfaces, what needs to be thrown away and what she should wear to protect herself. But when she's asked to clean rooms occupied by COV…
 
Heidi Macomber reads a 4/1/2020 US DOL WHD announcement of new Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act, both part of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) … More U.S. Department Of Labor Announces New Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Implementation…
 
LOS ANGELES — A train engineer intentionally drove a speeding locomotive off a track at the Port of Los Angeles because he was suspicious about the presence of a Navy hospital ship docked there amid the coronovirus crisis, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. The locomotive crashed through a series of barriers and fences before coming to rest more t…
 
(HUTCHINS, Texas) — A tractor-trailer hauling toilet paper crashed and caught fire near Dallas early Wednesday, spilling the hot commodity all over an interstate. The fire shut down westbound lanes of Interstate 20 near Interstate 45 in Hutchins, the Texas Department of Transportation said. The driver of the truck is OK, officials said. The toilet …
 
University of Minnesota researcher and former VP of Science and Conservation for Lincoln Park Zoo, Dominic Travis, DVM specializes in wildlife epidemiology. His primary area of interest is understanding the interface between humans, domestic animals and wildlife species, and how that interface affects our health, food safety, and conservation. How …
 
In today’s show originally broadcast on April 2 2020, Andy is joined by Jim Dowson and Niall McConnell, for a show entitled, “The State We’re In.” We discussed: Niall’s The Irish Patriots website and newspaper; Niall’s Irish Food Aid project; Jim’s involvement in the Knights Templar Order International; Jim’s work with the British National Party; h…
 
This podcast is one in a series NCSL is producing to focus on how states are taking action in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The podcasts and a new webinar series look at public health responses, workplace issues, education and childcare, the economy, elections and continuity of government. On today’s episode, we talk with two legislative ve…
 
Host Dorothy Cociu shares an overview off the Families First Coronavirus Response Act - An Employer Guide Part 2, which summarizes an overview of the law, what size employers it applies to, and an overview of the provisions of the Paid Sick Leave and expanded Family Medical Leave requirements under FFCRA. She discusses the number of hours/days requ…
 
In today’s show originally broadcast on April 1 2020, Andy is joined by Mischa Popoff, for a show entitled, “A Self Isolated Incident…” We discussed: the unforeseen consequences of House Arrest; Jesus Christ’s teachings on the importance of being able to defend yourself; the differences between what you might say privately and express publicly; why…
 
Podcast Host Dorothy Cociu provides an Employer Guide to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Workplace – Part One. She discusses California Dept of Labor Commissioner’s FAQs on how Paid Sick Leave, Child Day Care closings, Exempt Employee Status and more relates to COVID-19 , as well as What Your Health Plan Has to Cover, Costs of Screening and Testi…
 
A little less than three weeks ago, when the number of people infected with the COVID-19 virus began to spike, Mikael Laboy found himself in a tough spot. The 21-year-old's job at a biotechnology company in Puerto Rico required him to work in close proximity to his coworkers, and he says his employer wasn’t taking enough precautions to keep them sa…
 
The economic peril from the coronavirus is growing more stark every day, and the $2 trillion stimulus may not deliver a rescue in time for the many small businesses and families who lack the cash to stay afloat for more than a week or two. Many businesses shut their doors either for a lack of customers or on orders from state or local governments a…
 
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned Americans to brace for a “rough two-week period” ahead as the White House released new projections that there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic even if current social distancing guidelines are maintained. Public health officials stressed that the number…
 
As more people work from home to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, they're using their home internet networks for activities usually reserved for the workplace. But your home network may not be equipped to handle all the video conferencing and file-uploading you may be doing at the moment. What can you do if your home Internet connection isn't …
 
After writing and delivering so many heartfelt tributes over the years to my dear friend, the great playwright Terrence McNally, I have felt at a crippling loss for words when it comes to his recent passing due to the coronavirus. I have just felt gutted and heartbroken. Fortunately for all of us, he was never at a loss and always knew what to say …
 
(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump is poised to roll back ambitious Obama-era vehicle mileage standards and raise the ceiling on damaging fossil fuel emissions for years to come, gutting one of the United States' biggest efforts against climate change. The Trump administration is expected to release a final rule Tuesday on mileage standards thro…
 
From the living room window of her Brooklyn apartment, Alix Monteleone watched the team of workers assemble the morgue in stages over the weekend. First, they parked the refrigerated trailer along the curb, a white box about the size of a large shipping container. Then, they built a wooden ramp to allow hospital staff to wheel the bodies inside. Fi…
 
Aged 19 and incarcerated on Rikers Island, Bianey Garcia and a friend — victims of a homophobic attack that had led to their arrests, Garcia says — needed help. They called Lorena Borjas. A pillar of New York City's Latinx LGBTQ community, Borjas had long been known as a staunch defender of the rights of trans people, Latinx people, undocumented pe…
 
LAS VEGAS — Homeless people in Las Vegas have been directed to sleep in rectangles painted on the pavement in a makeshift parking lot camp as a way to limit the spread of the coronavirus, a move that is stirring outrage by some on social media. Former Obama administration housing chief Julian Castro suggested in a post on Twitter that the city's ho…
 
On March 31 2020, I appeared on The David Duke Show for a program entitled, “Dr Duke & Andy Hitchcock – How Gov Is Totally Responsible For The Devastation Of Coronavirus And The Even More Inept Gov Response To It.” Show title and description from Dr. David Duke’s website: Dr. Duke and Andy Hitchcock offered a critique of the way our governments hav…
 
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