Thursday, June 30, 2016 Hour 3 Complete

June 30, 2016

Headlines

Congressman Tim Walberg

Jeff Stier 

Senior Fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research in Washington, D.C., and heads its Risk Analysis Division. The Nanny State Advances Statement on Passage of Anti-Soda Tax in Philadelphia.

First Lt. Gabe Covey of Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division. 

State Police Encourages Emergency Preparedness while traveling during Fourth of July Holiday Weekend
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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Hour 2 Complete

June 30, 2016

Headlines

Scott Greenberge 

Executive Editor of Stateline
Stateline, a project of The Pew Charitable Trusts, will release its 2016 Legislative Review series. Stateline provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in state policy. This series is an annual look at the trends and issues that dominated debate in state capitals during the last legislative session. The series found criminal justice reform, opioid abuse , minimum wage, family and medical leave, and privacy protection as the top issues and challenges for states in 2016.

Doug Sachtleben 

Communications Director Club for Growth, the nation’s leading free-enterprise advocacy group promoting economic freedom, lower taxes and limited government. Against the backdrop of global, economic uncertainty, House Republicans just released a tax plan that will help Americans keep more of what they earn by repealing the Death Tax and cutting individual rates. The plan also calls for a “fairer” and “flatter” tax code as well as a tax filing system for Americans that should be on “something as simple as a postcard.” 

Ron Vantimmeran

What's new at the movies?
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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Hour 1 Complete

June 30, 2016

Headlines

Dan Perkins 

Domestic and Foreign Policy Contributor to ReaganBaby.com, DailySurge.com and TheHill.com.
Perkins, is a master writer, terror analyst and author of The Brotherhood of the Red Nile Trilogy, which centers around Islamic nuclear terrorism against the USA. We Finally Have The Truth About The 4 People Hillary Clinton Got Killed In Benghazi. ACCOMPLICE TO MURDER, A BETRAYAL OF AMERICA. THEY REQUESTED SECURITY AND WERE DESERVE.
Paul Carrier

WMU-Cooley Law Professor who teaches courses in international law, explains why Volkswagen may have taken so long to agree to a settlement, why the company may pay higher amounts to car owners than previously expected and that various other penalties loom for the automaker. 

LEGAL ANALYSTS OFFER COMMENTARY AHEAD OF VOLKSWAGEN’S ANTICIPATED $10-BILLION SETTLEMENT.
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Thursday, June 30, 2016 First Lt. Gabe Covey of Michigan State Police

June 30, 2016

First Lt. Gabe Covey of Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division. 

State Police Encourages Emergency Preparedness while traveling during Fourth of July Holiday Weekend
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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Jeff Stier

June 30, 2016

Jeff Stier 

Senior Fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research in Washington, D.C., and heads its Risk Analysis Division. The Nanny State Advances Statement on Passage of Anti-Soda Tax in Philadelphia.
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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Congressman Tim Walberg Part 2

June 30, 2016
Part 2

Congressman Tim Walberg

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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Congressman Tim Walberg Part 1

June 30, 2016
Part 1

Congressman Tim Walberg

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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Ron Vantimmeran

June 30, 2016

Ron Vantimmeran

What's new at the movies?
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Thursday, June 30, 3016 Doug Sachtleben

June 30, 2016

Doug Sachtleben 

Communications Director Club for Growth, the nation’s leading free-enterprise advocacy group promoting economic freedom, lower taxes and limited government. Against the backdrop of global, economic uncertainty, House Republicans just released a tax plan that will help Americans keep more of what they earn by repealing the Death Tax and cutting individual rates. The plan also calls for a “fairer” and “flatter” tax code as well as a tax filing system for Americans that should be on “something as simple as a postcard.” 
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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Scott Greenberge

June 30, 2016

Scott Greenberge 

Executive Editor of Stateline
Stateline, a project of The Pew Charitable Trusts, will release its 2016 Legislative Review series. Stateline provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in state policy. This series is an annual look at the trends and issues that dominated debate in state capitals during the last legislative session. The series found criminal justice reform, opioid abuse , minimum wage, family and medical leave, and privacy protection as the top issues and challenges for states in 2016.
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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Headlines

June 30, 2016

Headlines

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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Paul Carrier

June 30, 2016
Paul Carrier

WMU-Cooley Law Professor who teaches courses in international law, explains why Volkswagen may have taken so long to agree to a settlement, why the company may pay higher amounts to car owners than previously expected and that various other penalties loom for the automaker. 

LEGAL ANALYSTS OFFER COMMENTARY AHEAD OF VOLKSWAGEN’S ANTICIPATED $10-BILLION SETTLEMENT.
00:0000:00

Thursday, June 30, 2016 Dan Perkins

June 30, 2016

Dan Perkins 

Domestic and Foreign Policy Contributor to ReaganBaby.com, DailySurge.com and TheHill.com.
Perkins, is a master writer, terror analyst and author of The Brotherhood of the Red Nile Trilogy, which centers around Islamic nuclear terrorism against the USA. We Finally Have The Truth About The 4 People Hillary Clinton Got Killed In Benghazi. ACCOMPLICE TO MURDER, A BETRAYAL OF AMERICA. THEY REQUESTED SECURITY AND WERE DE
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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Headlines

June 30, 2016

Headlines

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Thursday, June 30, 2016 Headlines

June 30, 2016

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