Making Democracy Work

Monday, 9:30 a.m.

The League of Women Voters of Southwest Missouri brings you this weekly program, which covers a variety of topics related to the Ozarks and democracy.

Courtesy of 911 Emergency Communications

This week on Making Democracy Work, host Leslie Carrier speaks with Zim Schwartze, director of Emergency Communications.

Schwartze expands upon the conversation from last time, speaking to concerns faced daily by dispatchers, and the role of 911 in a healthy community.

Photo Credit: Steve Helms

This week on Making Democracy Work, host Chrystal Brigman Mahaney speaks with Representative Steve Helms of the 135th House District in Springfield.

Rep. Helms serves as Chair of the Subcommittee for Short-term Financial Transactions, and will be speaking about proposed measures to reduce the often predatory nature of short term lending.

A Town Hall style meeting about this topic will be Wednesday, March 21st at 6:00pm at Schweitzer Brentwood Library.

Theresa Bettmann / KSMU

This week on Making Democracy Work, host Lois Zerrer speaks with representatives of the outreach and dual credit programs at Missouri State University.

The discussion explores how programs can make college education more accessible and affordable for families.

Theresa Bettmann / KSMU

This week on Making Democracy Work, host Lisa Langley speaks with Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller.

They discuss the upcoming April election and important information for Greene County voters.

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This week on Making Democracy Work, host Leslie Carrier speaks with Cameron Rose, co-owner of Won Communications.

Net neutrality, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and what this means for consumers related to effects in cost and service.

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