On this week’s TV edition of Talk Business & Politics:
On this week’s edition of Talk Business & Politics:
A traumatic week in Washington D.C. as a shooter takes aim at Congressmen and staff on a Virginia baseball field. U.S. Rep. French Hill, R-Little Rock, is our guest to discuss this and other business.
Kids Count, but what do the numbers say? Rich Huddleston and Tamika Edwards of Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families talk about the newest statistics on the health of the state’s school children.
And he’s back in black, as in black and white. Politico Rex Nelson returns his newspaper roots as he rejoins the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. We’ll talk politics.
On this week’s TV edition of Talk Business & Politics, which airs Sundays at 9:30 a.m. on KATV Channel 7 in Central Arkansas; 10 a.m. on KAIT-NBC in Northeast Arkansas; and 10:30 a.m. on KFSM Channel 5 in Northwest Arkansas/Fort Smith:
James Comey testifies before the U.S. Senate. Did we learn anything new? Political columnist John Brummett with analysis.
State lawmakers continue the trek to review taxes and economic policy. Chairwoman Rep. Laurie Rushing joins us for a conversation on where she hopes to lead her committee.
Activist Paul Spencer is eyeing a Congressional challenge in the Second District. Why is he wanting to run?
And senior analyst Wes Brown. Is Arkansas’ record unemployment rate as low as we think?
On this week’s TV edition:
Senator Tom Cotton. The state's junior senator weighs in on the President's budget and healthcare.
Arkansas financier Warren Stephens. He says capitalism is under threat and he's doing something about it. Plus, his thoughts on the Trump administration and what's on the business and political horizon.
Arkansas Children's CEO Marcy Doderer. With a new logo, an old mission is expanded. Arkansas Children's is upping the ante with its investments in pediatric care in Arkansas. What can you expect next?