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Insights and Strategies with Barbara Lang

Insights and Strategies with Barbara Lang

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July 08th 2016:Encore: The Business of Politics

We'll take a look at the impact the 2016 elections and candidates are having and will have on the business community. What the impact of having each of the remaining candidates will have on economic development, businesses of all sizes, job growth and more. We'll also look at how the candidates' strategies are shaping their image to the voting public, and the role the media plays in influencing voters.

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Grover Norquist

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