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The federal government has announced the proposal of many changes in its Public a Welfare system. One of those changes the government wishes to implement is mandatory drug testing for all welfare recipients. Is this a good idea or in violation of our civil right? Join Bryckk and LaKrush as we examine the welfare system and discuss whether not you agree or disagree with this method.
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EnterpriseLifeRadio is welcoming guest Ella Rucker, Director of Operations for #MentorMonday and co-founder of Weekend Startup School, on our 2nd Episode - "From Welfare to Walt Disney World: How Staying Positive Gives Staying Power". Come join the Fun! You want to be listening and calling in to this show. EnterpriseLifeRadio where we bring you everyday people doing extraordinarily amazing things on topics covering Family, Fun and Funds, Entrepreneurship, Parenthood and Enterprise! We look forward to you joining in the discussion!
Your host Ashley Zapp interviews Anna Shippee, an amazingly talented Master's student about her work at the Berkshire County Kid's Place. She discusses what children who have witnessed or have been victims of abuse look like, how we can stop it and what interventions are out there to help make the proccess not so hard on these kids.
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Tonight's guest will be John Holland, President of Equine Welfare Alliance giving us an update on horse slaughter and equine welfare issues.
1 hour show. Please call during 2nd half hour with questions.
GOP extorts the President on immigration plus is MSNBC moving to the right and another republican gaffe and The Week in Review and my commentary on black history month today on The Ron Kelly Show.
Experts in the service dog industry, Jeanne Hampl and Darcie Boltz share their perspective on a family highlighted with Matt Lauer who have a service dog for their small child. Can we expect a young child to know how to properly handle a dog by herself? During the interview the dog showed signs of stress that the general public wouldn't recognize, but had the dog industry ignite - like panting and yawning. This interview brings up a larger topic of service dog welfare that gets lost in the "feel-good" stories, like this, that get ignorantly run in the media all the time. My question is: WHAT ABOUT THE DOG?
Join us as we talk with Margo Lindauer, author of "Damned if you do, damned if you don't: Why multi-court-involved battered mothers just can't win." As Lindauer states in her book, "Being a good mother is difficult. Being a good mother and a victim 1 of domestic violence 2 is even harder. The different and often competing expectations placed on battered mothers in the juvenile (child welfare), 3 civil/trial, 4 criminal, and family 5 court systems present a profound and befuddling problem. In this Article, I intend to identify the difficulty and uniqueness of being both a mother 6 and a victim of domestic violence, investigate the tension and conflict among different judicial systems, and proffer some suggestions for reform."
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