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- Survey Demographics - LSU Public Policy Research Lab Director Mike Henderson explains how their midterm survey was conducted to be representative of the state.
- SHOP Exchange - Doug Wilkinson with the Louisiana Healthcare Education Coalition describes the small business insurance exchange available through the Affordable Care Act.
- Coordination of Services - AARP Louisiana President Brenda Hatfield says Congress should look at Coordination of Services to save Medicare money.
- Majors Matter - Robert Newman, Ph.D., with the EJ Ourso College of Business at LSU says Louisiana gender pay gap statistics are “rather meaningless.”
- Affordable Care Act and employers - LSU economist Robert Newman, Ph.D. touches on the challenges that the Affordable Care Act poses to employers.
10/14 - Louisiana’s Congressional Priorities
What should Louisiana’s Congressional priorities be?
In November, Louisiana voters will be heading to the polls to decide who will represent them in Washington, D.C. In October, Louisiana Public Square explores what the priorities should be for the state’s congressional delegation. Should the focus be on job creation or tax relief? Should more funds go towards coastal restoration or securing the Southern border? Are maintaining federal agriculture subsidies more important than lowering the ozone threshold? And what role should the state’s delegation play in the future of the Affordable Care Act? Join us as Louisiana Public Square looks for answers on “Louisiana’s Congressional Priorities” Wednesday, October 22 at 7 p.m. on LPB HD. (Taping date: Thursday, October 16.)
• Pearson Cross, Ph.D., Political Science Department Chair, ULL
• Jan Moller, president, Louisiana Budget Project
• James Richardson, Ph.D., Economist, LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business
• Stephen Waguespack, president, Louisiana Association of Business and Industry
LSU’s Public Policy Research Lab surveyed 1,021 adult Louisiana residents -- including 944 registered voters -- from Aug. 14 to Sept. 7 – about the midterm Congressional election.
Over 80% of people surveyed said The Economy will be the most important factor in their decision of how to vote while 78% named Foreign Policy and National Security. The Affordable Care Act and the Budget Deficit were next in line, indicated by 73% and 71% of respondents respectively.
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How can viewers distinguish between fact and fake news and is social media blurring the difference?
According to the 2018 Louisiana Survey, when it comes to trusting news organizations, more Louisiana residents put their faith in local media than national media outlets. Despite that trust, only 36 percent of the state’s news consumers say local news deals fairly with both sides.
So, why is there so much mistrust of the news media? What role has the downsizing of traditional media played in creating a gap in coverage and possibly, community trust? Where are consumers primarily getting their news? And, how can viewers distinguish between fact and fake news and is social media blurring the difference? Louisiana Public Square looks for answers to these questions and more on “News about the News” airing Wednesday, May 23 at 7pm on LPB and in New Orleans on WLAE. (Recording Tuesday, May 22)
Our panelists are:
• Len Apcar, Wendell Gray Switzer Jr. Endowed Chair in Media Literacy, LSU Manship School
• Jarvis DeBerry, Deputy Opinion Editor, New Orleans Times-Picayune
• Peter Kovacs, Editor, The Advocate
• Lance Porter, Director, LSU Social Media Analysis & Creation Lab
LPB CEO, Beth Courtney and journalist and political historian, Bob Mann moderate the discussion. The program features interviews with Michael Henderson, director of the LSU Public Policy Research Lab; Ray Pingree, Associate Professor wth the LSU Manship School of Communication; John DeSantis, Senior Staff Writer for The Houma Times and Judi Terzotis, president of The Advocate
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