John C. Scott
J.C. Scott: Will McSally run again?
On Friday's edition:
We started the show with former state Sen. Frank Antenori, now with the United Republican Alliance of Principled Conservatives, an organization circulating a petition to force a referendum on Arizona's Medicaid expansion.
18 minutes into the show, we were joined by petition organizer John Kromko, who turned in over 22,000 signatures to put on the November ballot a ban on photo radar enforcement in the city of Tucson.
33 min: We were joined Lea Marquez-Peterson, CEO of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She invited listeners to attend the 2013 Legislative Luncheon next Thursday at the DoubleTree Hotel.
52 min: We were joined by Martha McSally, who is exploring another run for Congress in Arizona's CD 2 after a narrow loss to U.S. Rep. Ron Barber. McSally discussed her possible candidacy, women's expanding roles in the military and overall military readiness, foreign policy in the Middle East and the ongoing effects of sequestration.
83 min: We finished the show with attorney Kory Langhoffer, who is representing Arizonans for Sensible Health Care Policy, a group supporting Medicaid expansion. Langhoffer said the issue is exempt from being referred to the ballot because it deals with state funding.