Allison Bailey is on this week’s episode of the Capital City podcast to discuss downtown preservation and the role of millennials in shaping the city’s civic future.
In this episode of the Capital City podcast Meredith Exline, president of the Oklahoma Central Parent Legislative Action Committee.
Clifton Adcock, staff reporter with Oklahoma Watch, and Sean Wallace, executive director of Oklahoma Corrections Professionals, discuss the overcrowding of the state’s prison system and early release programs designed to relieve some of that pressure.
James Roller of the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association and Whitney Pearson of the Oklahoma chapter of the Sierra Club talk about last week’s article in the New York Times about Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s relationship with the energy industry
“I have done over 300 episodes of TV and never had fans,” he said. “Now, because of podcasts, I have fans all over the globe, some of which that have become friends.”
In this week’s episode of the Capital City podcast we welcome OKC school board member Laura Massenat.
Joe Hartman and Cassi Peters from Skyfire Media joined the show this week to talk about what this month’s midterm elections mean for Democrats in Oklahoma and what lessons there are to learn for a party looking to rebuild itself.
In this week’s episode of Capital City we welcome Sen. David Holt who offers his take on what Tuesday’s elections in Oklahoma mean. Warning: You Democrats may not like his take on the future of elections in the Sooner State.
In this week’s episode of the Capital City Podcast, Steve Hill, chief of staff to OKC Mayor Mick Cornett, talks about his role at city hall and the work of cities.
In this week’s episode Ben and Kory take the show on the road and talk religion in government.