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J.C. Scott: Huckelberry on extortion accusations

On Monday's edition:

We started the show with Sunnyside Unified School District Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo and spokeswoman Mary Veres, discussing the budget override on the ballot next week.

24 min: We were joined by attorney Bill Risner, who is asking a court for some protections that would ensure that votes cast are properly counted. Risner contends that with the procedures now in place it is possible to alter polling results.

32 min: We interview Chuck Byler of Associated Mortgage Bankers, who talked about the benefits of a reverse mortgage, which allows you to draw on the equity in your home without having to sell it.

51 min: We talked with developer and City Hall commentator Richard Studwell, who gave his opinions about the city budget, pension funding, business development, golf enterprise and Marist College building Downtown.

72 min: We spoke with Tucsoncitizen.com sportswriter Anthony Gimino, who reviewed the Arizona Wildcat football win over Colorado and previewed Monday's men's basketball exhibition game against Augustana.  

82 min: We finished the show with Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry, who responded to accusations of extortion in county government by GOP Supervisor member Ally Miller, proposals for Interstate 11, the RTA and the Broadway widening project, job creation, parks and sports facilities.

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