Host Marcia Franklin talks with the founder of the TV series Roadtrip Nation, a participant in the show, and a representative of the College Board, which administers the SAT. Roadtrip Nation, a PBS series that encourages students to pursue their dreams, is traveling through Idaho to help promote Idaho's new SAT Day.
Marcia Franklin continues her discussion with political reporters Greg Hahn of Idaho Reports, Betsy Russell of The Spokesman-Review, John Miller of the Associated Press and Clark Corbin of the Post Register about the upcoming Idaho legislative session. The group focuses on the potential effects of reapportionment on business at the Statehouse.
Marcia Franklin continues her conversation with authors Mike Medberry and Jo Deubrouck, focusing on their process of writing and how they overcame obstacles to publishing. Medberry's memoir about his stroke is called On the Dark Side of the Moon, and Deurbrouck's book, Anything Worth Doing, is about the adventures of two whitewater guides, Clancy Reese and Jon Barker, and the death of Reese.
Guests continue their conversation about the newly passed health care bill and answer questions from viewers concerning health care costs. Guests are Karen Early of Blue Cross of Idaho, Dr. Ted Epperly of Family Medicine Residency of Idaho, Jim Wordelman of AARP Idaho and Steve Fredriksen of Fredriksen Health Insurance.
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