City Pulse Live

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Tune in for discussion with East Lansing’s alternative newspaper. Hosted by Berl Schwartz, the publisher of Lansing’s City Pulse.

City Pulse – 2/13/13

This week, Walt Sorg talks politics as the race for City Council and Mayor heat up, Judi Brown Clarke, Olympic medalist and fresh face in politics is on the show, Randy Shafer, Civil Rights Attorney, explains his stance on the the ban on homosexuals in Boy Scouts of America, and Katherine Draper shares her thoughts on the fundraiser for the Greater Lansing Housing Coalition. Read More…

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City Pulse Live 1/9/13

This week Kyle Melinn calls in to expand on some of his top ten issues to watch in 2013 and we hear Andy’s discussion with Lansing City Council President, Carol Wood. Later we listen to part one of a gun control discussion with Joan Bauer, a Former State Representative, Gilda Jacobs, president of the Michigan League for Public Policy,  Anthony Kolenic, MSU anthropology professor, and Steve Dulan, 2nd Amendment Expert at Cooley Law School.

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City Pulse Live 12/19/12

City Pulse Live’s Year-End Wrap-Up Show kicks off with a discussion of the year’s biggest stories with Kyle Melinn. Berl and Andy then talk with Ari Adler, spokesman for Speaker of the House Jase Bolger, Lynn Martinez, Former Lansing Democratic State Representative, Walt Sorg, City Pulse Columnist/Contributor, and Susan Demas, MIRS writer and MLive blogger, about what’s in store for 2013.

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City Pulse Live 12/12/12

LGBT Legal Project Staff Attorney for ACLU of Michigan, Jay Kaplan, calls in to discuss two cases involving same sex marriages and the involvement of the federal government. Scott Hagerstrom, executive director of Americans for Prosperity of Michigan, also calls in to talk about some of the recent events that transpired at the capital as well as other local politics. Later we hear an interview with mayor Verg Bernaro concerning the consolidation of local governments and the right to work.

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