John C. Scott
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On the Wednesday edition:
We started the show with activist Miguel Ortega, who talked about his opinion piece posted on the Sentinel, "El Rio for all, not 'for sale''" in which he made his case for not selling or leasing El Rio Golf Course to Grand Canyon University.
25 minutes in to the show, we were joined by TucsonSentinel.com's Dylan Smith, who commented on the El Rio Golf Course debate, Pima Community Collage's chancellor search, the Justice Department searching through AP reporters' phone records, and the IRS singling out conservative groups.
41 min: DUI defense attorney Jim Nesci joined John to talk about the new National Transportation Safety Board proposal to drop the DUI limit nationally to .05 from .08.
53 min: We interview Ward 2 Tucson City Councilman Paul Cunningham, who gave his take on raises for city employees, CAP water delivery and water rates, local hospitals asking the city to tax them and the ongoing discussion over the sale of El Rio.
78 min: We are joined for our weekly segment 'Your Financial Future' with advisor Shelly Fishman, who talked about the many different types of guaranteed investments.
93 min: We finished our show with Arizona Capitol Times reporter Hank Stephenson, who focused on the Medicaid expansion, election legislation and sales tax reform in an update from the state Legislature.