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Apr 24, 2018
Apr 19, 2018
Apr 13, 2018
Apr 2, 2018

On this week’s TV edition of Talk Business & Politics:


Economist Mervin Jebaraj discusses the state economy.

GOP gubernatorial candidate Jan Morgan outlines her election platform.

 Second District Democrats prepare for their first debate.


Tune in to Talk Business & Politics on Sunday for these interviews and much more.

Mar 26, 2018

On this week’s TV edition of Talk Business & Politics:

A Little Rock judge cancels the medical marijuana selection process. What might this mean for future bids and more importantly, how will this affect patients and voters who approved the remedy? John Brummett joins us for analysis.

Citizens Bank in Batesville looks to grow. Newly named President Adam Mitchell sits down for a conversation.

And it’s election season. One group wants children at the forefront of your voting picks. TB&P contributor Tamika Edwards from Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families is in studio.

Mar 19, 2018
Mar 19, 2018

On this week’s edition of Talk Business & Politics:

Soon there will be a new Arkansas Speaker of the House. Meet Rep. Matthew Shepherd, Republican from El Dorado. How will he handle his news duties?

A Democratic debate. There are scores of Democrats running for office in 2018. We’ve got an announcement for a special event coming in early April.

Plus, our roundtable discussion. Rex Nelson and Wes Brown break down the week from the legislative session to medical marijuana to an overhaul of state government and more.

Mar 14, 2018
Mar 12, 2018

On this week’s TV edition of Talk Business & Politics:

Arkansas Works gets federal and legislative approval, for now. How will the work requirements work? DHS director Cindy Gillespie is our guest.

Tariffs take over the economy debate. Mervin Jebaraj from the UA Walton College Center for Business and Economic Research weighs in.

And 2018 is setting up nicely for a competitive election season. Democratic Rep. Vivian Flowers and GOP strategist Robert Coon offer their thoughts.

Tune in to Talk Business & Politics on Sunday for these interviews and much more.

Mar 6, 2018
Mar 5, 2018

On this week’s edition of Talk Business & Politics:

Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark., discusses DACA, guns, and infrastructure. Plus, the senator says Congress is pushing back on the Russian meddling in U.S. elections. 

Medical marijuana clears one hurdle, but what comes next? TB&P's Wes Brown breaks down this week’s legal cannabis developments.

The Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate talk politics (and hoops). Speaker Jeremy Gillam, R-Judsonia, and Senate President Jonathan Dismang, R-Searcy, are part of our roundtable discussion.

Feb 26, 2018
Feb 26, 2018

On this week’s edition of Talk Business & Politics:

Congressman Steve Womack. He heads the powerful House Budget Committee, which has its hands full with debt and deficits. Plus, what does he see happening on the gun access debate? We’ll find out.

Mark West, Libertarian candidate for Governor. He’ll be on the ballot this November. What does he stand for and can he get his party over a key voter threshold? 

Plus, the top stories of the week, including business news from Walmart and Windstream. 

Feb 21, 2018
Feb 21, 2018
Feb 19, 2018

On this week’s TV edition of Talk Business & Politics:

The fiscal session begins with the governor calling for a big tax cut next year. Plus, the fate of Arkansas Works hangs in the balance, and a variety of non-fiscal issues surface. Rep. Vivian Flowers and State Senator Ronald Caldwell are our political roundtable guests.

Former House parliamentarian Tim Massanelli passes away at the age of 85. He spent 40 years serving at the state capitol. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette columnist John Brummett pays tribute.

And, the Urban League of Arkansas is experiencing a revival. Chairman Sherman Tate joins us for a conversation on how to bridge the urban and rural divides in the Natural State. 

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