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Paul Howard and the Coburn-Burr-Hatch Health Care Proposal -Talk Back Podcast January 31, 2014

On the January 31 episode of Talk Back, at 9:00 we will be speaking with Paul Howard from the Manhattan Institute about the new Coburn-Burr-Hatch health care proposal. Does ACA need to be fixed or replaced?

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Montana Suicide Rates -Talk Back Podcast January 30, 2014

On the January 30 episode of Talk Back, tell us why you think the number of suicides in Montana is going up? Why was it so high to start with?

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Chris Lindsay and the Marijuana Policy Project -Talk Back Podcast January 29, 2014

On the January 29 episode of Talk Back, we will be speaking with Marijuana Policy Project Legislative Analyst Chris Lindsay. Chris is working to draft new marijuana laws for our state, do you applaud his efforts or see them as misguided?

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Kirsten Tynan of the Fully Informed Jury Association -Talk Back Podcast January 28, 2014

On the January 28 episode of Talk Back, we'll be speaking with Kirsten Tynan of the Fully Informed Jury Association. The association has paid to place illuminated signs outside of a courthouse in D.C. that say “Good jurors nullify bad laws” and “You have the right to ‘hang’ the jury with your vote if you cannot agree with other jurors.” What do you think about this message? Is it dangerous?

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Dave Lewis and Charter Schools -Talk Back Podcast January 27, 2014

On the January 27 episode of Talk Back, we will speak with Dave Lewis, the state senator that carried the recent charter school bill that was eventually vetoed by the Governor. Would charter schools hurt or help Montana education?

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The Talk Back Weekly Line-up, January 27 – 31

It's a week of big speeches as the nation prepares for the president's State of the Union address on Tuesday. Of course, there's never a shortage of speeches on Talk Back, here's a peek at who'll be speaking over our airwaves this week.

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Missoula County Attorney Candidate Jason Marks -Talk Back Podcast January 24, 2014

On the January 24 episode of Talk Back,  we have Missoula County Attorney candidate Jason Marks in studio this morning.

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Carol Marsh the Missoula Megaload Protester -Talk Back Podcast January 23, 2014

On the January 23 episode of Talk Back,  we will speak with megaload protester and 71 year-old Missoula grandmother Carol Marsh

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S.G. Long Brain Trust -Talk Back Podcast January 22, 2014

On the January 22 episode of Talk Back,  we will be speaking about economic trends with the S.G. Long brain trust.

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Columnist Liz Peek -Talk Back Podcast January 21, 2014

On the January 21 episode of Talk Back,  we ask: should we legalize marijuana? Our guest on Talk Back this morning, columnist Liz Peek says no.

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