“The Severability Clause - Innovative Public Housing - Resort Sustainability - Colorado Politics”

November 11, 2010
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs

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Episode Description

Join us this week on the Capital Thinking Internet Radio Show with guest host Michael Dino as we talk to Bob Dove, former Parliamentarian of the U.S. Senate, about the impact that the severability clause could have on the recently enacted health care reform legislation. Then, we talk to Ismael Guerrero, Executive Director of the Denver Housing Authority, to discuss his agency's unique and innovative mixed used development near Downtown Denver. Beth Ganz, with Vail Resorts, will join us to talk about how this mountain resort company's sustainability strategy is on the forefront in using renewable energy and building green. Finally, political commentator Matt Knoedler discusses the results of Colorado's Fall elections and what the changes mean for the future.

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