The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Friday, June 29, 2012
Listen to Hour 1: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/062512/6-29a.mp3]
Listen to Hour 2: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/062512/6-29b.mp3]
Health Insurance Exchanges and the Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Michigan: Marianne Udow-Phillips, Director, University of Michigan Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation / Washtenaw Health Initiative– Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has indicated the state will move forward with the creation of health insurance exchanges. Individuals and companies would be able to purchase health care insurance through a statewide exchange. The question remains who will run it; the state or the federal government? That all depends on the Michigan legislature.
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Main Street Area Association – Ann Arbor Family Opening New Downtown Restaurant: Maura Thomson, MSAA Executive Director; Alan Wang, Owner, Kuroshio – The corner of Ann Arbor’s East Liberty and South Fourth Avenue has been home to the popular Pretzel Bell restaurant and most recently Champion House, whose owners vacated abruptly. Now thanks to an Ann Arbor family the spot gets a new lease on life as an “Asian experimental” restaurant.
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Affordable Care Act: What’s Next for Michigan – State Rep. Mark Ouimet (R-Scio Twp) – Rep. Ouimet says the Supreme Court’s decision to Uphold the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is an unfortunate decision for Michigan’s middle-class families and says he’s concerned what its effects be on the state.
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Around the Home: Buying Local & American-Made Products for Your Home – David Haig, D. A. Haig Construction / President, Builders & Remodelers Association of Greater Ann Arbor (BRAG Ann Arbor) – Creating your home project with American productions keeps dollars and jobs in our community and Michigan and supports the local economic future. Just in time for the upcoming 4th of July holiday, David Haig shows us how to keep it local.
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The NEA Agenda: Steven B. Cook, President of the Michigan Education Association – Michigan schools are on summer break and Michigan educators are already preparing for the next school year. MEA President Steven Cook will be attending the 150th annual National Education Association Representative Assembly next week in Washington, D.C. The agenda includes discussions on collective bargaining rights, priority schools, and the Presidential Election.
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Downtown Association of Ypsilanti – Ypsi Rising: Dave Heikkinen, DAY President; Jessica “Decky” Alexander, Assoc. Professor, EMU’s CMTA/Director, EMU Academic Services; Callie McKee, EMU MFA Student/Director of UM Educational Theatre Company – Bread shaping, baking, creativity, and conversation are the hallmarks of a new group known as Ypsi Rising. Community members get together to bake bread at Beezy’s Café while discussing issues relevant too Ypsilanti.
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SCOTUS Decision on the Affordable Health Care Act: Mackinac Center’s Jack McHugh, Senior Legislative Analyst & Patrick Wright, Senior Legal Analyst
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