Visclosky: State And Local Leaders Closer To Deal On South Shore
January 21, 2014
Host Steve Walsh talks to Rep. Peter Visclosky a video put out by his office to promote expansion of the South Shore. After advocating for expansion for most of his career, the congressman believes local and state leaders are close to a deal.
We look at the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. More than 50 years ago, the blast killed four young girls and shined a light on the civil rights movement. We talk with the sister of one of the victims.
A School safety consultant talks about the Purdue University school shooting.
We’ll also look at the right to farm bill making its way through the legislature with the head of the Hoosier Environmental Council.
US Rep. Peter Visclosky
International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators
Vickie Weaver International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators
Lisa McNair, civil rights advocate
Kim Ferraro is HEC’s Water and Agriculture Policy Director and Staff Attorney and HEC Executive Director Jesse Kharbanda