On this week’s TV edition of Talk Business & Politics:
Sen. John Boozman. He’s recovering from major heart surgery, but the focus in D.C. is on healthcare. Why does he support the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal Obamacare?
Workforce development. Dr. Margaret Ellibee says Arkansas is prepared to provide a workforce for a major auto plant. The UA-Pulaski Tech leader sits down for a one-on-one.
And we’ll fire some up and down arrows with John Brummett of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and run through some of the top stories of the week.
A deadline for medical marijuana applications is approaching. We’ll sit down with one of the nation’s leading experts, Brian Vicente, to discuss what happens next.
Food and politics. The two go hand in hand as far as Arkansas culture is concerned. Stacy Hurst, director of the Department of Arkansas Heritage is our guest.
Plus, we’ll talk politics with Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin, TB&P’s Wes Brown, Rex Nelson of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, and we’ll run through the top headlines of the week.
Congress returns from vacation and so does President Trump. What to expect this fall? We ask John Brummett of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Ending the DACA program: it could be part of a larger immigration reform package. TB&P contributors Robert Coon and Jessica DeLoach Sabin talk politics.
And there’s a new leader of the Political Animals Club. Shane Broadway joins us to discuss: Should there be an Arkansas Politics Hall of Fame?