DENVER UNION STATION – DOMESTIC NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY – GENOCIDE AWARENESS – COLORADO'S BALLOT PROPOSALS
August 19, 2010
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
Join us this week on the Capital Thinking Radio Show with special guest host Michael Dino. First, we talk to Claude Pumilia, chief financial officer for the city and county of Denver, about the city's involvement in creating the metro area's major intermodal hub for transportation, known as Denver Union Station. Then, we talk to energy guru David Brody, to discuss the domestic natural gas industry, and the long-term opportunities and risks related to the natural gas industry. Michael Ditchfield and Roz Duman, with the Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness and Action, will join us to discuss how their organization is educating the public about the history and unfortunate presence of genocide around the world. Finally, political analyst Matt Knoedler discusses several proposals on Colorado's November ballot intended to limit government and taxes, but will be devastating to schools, transportation and public facilities.
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