Lucy Ann Lance Show

The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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Bob Pierce and Dr Jim Duncan


Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce
: Can Chiropractic Decrease Your Medical Costs? – Bob Pierce, Chamber Executive Director; Dr. Jim Duncan, Owner, Chelsea Chiropractic Center, PLC The owner of Chelsea Chiropractic Center believes in chiropractic first, drugs second, and surgery the last resort.  Dr. Jim Duncan says chiropractic can assist in decreasing your health care costs and add value in your overall medical care.
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Matt Greff

Deregulating the Brewery Industry:  Matt Greff, Owner, Arbor Brewing Company / The Corner Brewery – Michigan has the fifth highest number of microbreweries and brew pubs in the nation and pours $133 million into the economy.  Those numbers could grow if the state’s alcoholic beverage laws are changed.  Hearings in the Michigan legislature are underway this week that could loosen regulations for craft brewers.
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Rick Stites and Shanna BussaWest Washtenaw Business Association: Homeless Families in Washtenaw County – Rick Stites, WWBA President; Shanna Bussa, Development Coordinator, Alpha House – Alpha House is a shelter in Ann Arbor for children and their families.  But it’s also much more than that.  Alpha House’s goal is to support the families in securing and maintaining their own home.  Gimme Shelter is a community fundraising event for Alpha House at WCC’s Morris Lawrence Building, September 28, 2013.  The evening includes a silent auction, wine pull, entertainment and a dessert buffet.  Visit for details.
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Vincent Vernuccio

Union Front Organizations the New Face of Big Labor:  Vincent Vernuccio, Labor Policy Director, Mackinac Center – A new study from the Mackinac Center indicates organized labor is shifting gears and trying to gain money and power through union front organizations called “worker centers.”  From Wal-Mart protest to fast food strikes, the report shows how worker centers are trying to represent employees who never voted them into their workplace in the first place.
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