August 28th, 2009 | 1 comment
On this week’s Business Matters, we bring you a whole show on ways that we can improve our school lunch programs. We’ll find out if it’s possible to serve healthy, natural and affordable lunches to children in an institutional setting, and give you tips on how you can get your local school district to adopt [...]
August 21st, 2009 | post a comment
This week on Business Matters we’re examining the relationship between fear, the media, and public opinion about health care reform. We’ll look at what’s behind some of the increasingly extreme anti-Obama and anti-health care reform rhetoric. Also, we’ll explore fear has been employed to defeat reform and how can supporters of President Obama counter the [...]
August 14th, 2009 | post a comment
As increasing health care costs and a growing number of uninsured Americans puts financial pressure on both individuals and businesses, we’ll return to our ongoing look at the landscape of health care reform. We’ll bring you three different perspectives on the current debate raging across the country during the August Congressional recess. First, we look [...]
August 7th, 2009 | 2 comments
As increasing health care costs and a growing number of uninsured Americans puts financial pressure on both individuals and businesses, we’ll return to our ongoing look at the landscape of health care reform. As the Congress has entered their August recess without yet passing a bill to address health care, we’ll look for ways that [...]
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