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J.C. Scott: Antentori concedes that Medicaid initative drive may fall short

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J.C. Scott: Antentori concedes that Medicaid initative drive may fall short

On Tuesday's edition:

10 min: We interviewed U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, who will visit Tucson Wednesday as part of the "Strong Start, Bright Future" back-to-school bus tour.

30 min: We were joined by Middle East expert Stephen Zunes, who previewed President Obama's speech to the nation, and gave an update on the latest news out of Syria.

61 min: We spoke to the new executive director of the Tucson YWCA, Kelly Fryer, who talked about the mission of the organization. She previewed the upcoming YWCA 25th Annual Women's Leadership Conference, Friday, which will feature more than 20 workshops on topics such as planning, finance and burnout.

81 min: We were joined by former state Sen. Frank Antenori and Christine Bauserman, organizers of United Republican Alliance for Principled Conservatives. Antenori updated listener on their progress gathering signatures to force a referendum on Medicaid expansion. Signatures must be turned in Wednesday, and Antenori conceded the group may fall short of the number needed.

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