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Making Democracy Work

Lisa Langley talks with Battlefield Fire Chief Brian Newberry about the 25 cent tax levy initiative that will be on the April 3 ballot.


Leslie Carrier talks with Greene County Auditor Cindy Stein about her job.

Lisa Langley talks with Dr. Stephanie Norander, assistant communications professor at MSU and with MSU student Solita Day about a documentary that will be screened this month at the university.


Ilga Vise talks with Linda Stewart, executive director of Springfield's Habitat for Humanity about the organization's accomplishments and plans for the future.

Cindy Stephens talks with Garrett Anderson, economic development director for the City of Branson, about attracting businesses to the tourist town.

Leslie Carrier talks to George Davis, chairman of the Mayor's Commission on Human Rights and Community Relations for the City of Springfield, about the group and what it does.

Leslie Carrier talks with David Burton, program manager for the Greene County University of Missouri Extension Office, about a new program the organization is offering.

Ilga Vise talks with Springfield Regional Arts Council Executive Director Leah Hamilton Jenkins about the organization.

In this week's segment, Lisa Langley talks with two member of the Ozarks Minutemen, Jerry Wilson and Jerry Long, about why they support the E-Verify proposal on the February 7 Springfield ballot.  January 16, the LWV talked with opponents. 


The League of Women Voters will host a community forum on the E-Verify ordinance Tuesday, January 31st, from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Central High School Auditorium.