On Marshall Day at the capitol, we speak with university president Brad Smith about all things Herd, including the Campus Carry bill. And hear from lawmakers to get their take on that legislation on this episode of Outside the Echo Chamber. Plus, meet a new member of the HD Media Team who wi…
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Benefits for unemployed people in West Virginia could soon be changing. On this Outside the Echo Chamber, we talk with two Senators about a bill that was just passed, and get opinions from the WV Center on Budget and Policy, and from a lobbyist who advocated for the bill.
PEIA is facing a critical shortfall of about $100 million. On this episode of Outside the Echo Chamber, a look at what can and should be done about the program that insures about 200,000 people in West Virginia. WV Hospital Association CEO Jim Kaufman and Delegates Elliott Pritt and Andy Sha…
Hall of Fame coach Bob Huggins sits down with Rick Lord to talk about his recent honor, his illustrious career and the current state of affairs with the WVU Mountaineer basketball program on this special episode of Outside the Echo Chamber.
An in-depth discussion about the income tax bill working its way through the House, with Delegates who offer up very different proposals. Plus, hear from the Governor’s Revenue Secretary and the Executive Director of the WV Center on Budget and Policy on this episode of Outside the Echo Chamber.
On today’s episode of “Outside the Echo Chamber,” we discuss the four constitutional amendments that will appear on the ballot this November. Sen. Richard Lindsay, D-Kanawha, also joins the show to talk about his race for Senate District 8.
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On today's episode of "Outside the Echo Chamber," we discuss the future of abortion in WV with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. We're also joined by the executive director of the Women's Health Center of WV for a patient's perspective.
On today's episode of "Outside the Echo Chamber," we head to the West Virginia Chamber’s annual meeting and summit to discuss business in the Mountain State. We're joined by chamber president Steve Roberts as well as leaders of two new initiatives bringing jobs here.
On today's episode of "Outside the Echo Chamber," we discuss the Kanawha County safety levy which will decide whether to fund emergency services including first responders and KRT. Also, a leading pollster will join us to talk about races that will be decided in the May 10 primary.
On today's episode of "Outside the Echo Chamber," we talk about changes coming to West Virginia International Yeager Airport with Nick Keller. We're also joined by Delegate Mike Pushkin to discuss satellite voting on Charleston's West Side.