Leslie Carrier discusses the role of a guardian ad litem with attorney Linda Thomas.
Teresa Bledsoe interviews Springfield Public Schools Superintendent Norm Ridder about how the district willusefederal stimulus dollars.
Nancy Rahmeyer talks with Jane Hood about the work of the Southwest Missouri Council of Governments.
Cindy Stephens learns about the smart grid in her conversation with Springfield City Council member and Mayor Pro Tem Dan Chiles.
Lisa Langley discusses the impact that term limits have had on the Missouri legislature in her conversation with Dr. Mark Rushefsky, professor of political science at Missouri State University.
Leslie Carrier interviews Senate President Pro Tem Charlie Shields about proposals to improve access to healthcare for Missourians.
Lisa Langley discusses the role of the media in a democracy with Dr. Mark Paxton, a professor from the Media, Journalism and Film Department at Missouri State University.
Cindy Stephens discusses solid waste management and funding for the city's recycling programs with Barbara Lucks, materials recovery and education coordinator with the Springfield Public Works Department.
Nancy Rahmeyer talks with two local physicians, Dr. Janie Vestal and Dr. Judy Dasovich about their support for a single payer healthcare system.
Join KSMU at 9:30AM on June 22 to hear another perspective on how to improve access to healthcare.