Here's the rundown for this week's guests
How the markets and the economy react to the sequester; George Conboy of Brighton Securities
Dr. John Klofas, RIT criminologist and director of the Center for Public Safety Initiatives, discusses the new gun laws, the opposition, and the likely impact of the laws
George and Frank Hamlin of Canandaigua National Bank look at the state of the economy, the fiscal situation, and the sequester
Harvard economist Ken Rogoff discusses lessons we should have learned from the last five years—and didn’t
Dr. Jim Pope of the Healthways organization discusses a new national study of health and wellbeing showing that while New York State is in a little better shape—upstate cities including Rochester are not
Regent Emeritus Dr. Walter Cooper discusses issues from educational policy, to the troubles in Mali where Rochester has a sister city in that troubled nation’s capital, Bamako
We convene the College of Collectible Knowledge
What difference will renewal of the national Violence Against Women Act make? We discuss the issue with Jamuie Saunders, recently appointed executive director of Alternatives for Battered Women
Friday 3/8 (Education Friday) (Frank Cegelski’s off because of illness, Bob produces and hosts)
Patti Malgieri, Rochester City School District chief of staff, discusses the newly announced efficiency grant awarded to the district by NY State
Former School Without Walls principal Dan Drmacich offers his analysis of trends in education with special attention paid to a growing private business presence in public schools
Additional guests TBA may be added to the second hour in a separate segment.
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