December 18, 2013
Special | 28m 44s
PCC Chancellor Lee Lambert, describes the steps the college is taking to reverse their current probation. Navajo Farmer Ethelyn Ashley, discusses the effects of water shortage. Jane Bakos, CEO of St. Elizabeth's Health Center, discusses the Affordable Care Act's registration deadline. Violence Prevention Specialist Megan Mckendry, speaks about the changes regarding sexual assault reporting.
Aired: 12/18/13 |
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