WJPF Morning Newswatch

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Brandon Phelps 05-25-2016

State Representative Brandon Phelps spoke with Tom Miller about the many pieces of legislation being proposed and passed, while lawmakers are working to reach a bipartisan agreement on a state budget before the legislative session ends.

State Representative Terri Bryant (R-Murphysboro)

Terri Bryant 05-23-2016

State Representative Terri Bryant spoke with Tom Miller this morning to discuss the issues regarding the state budget and its impending deadline, as well as the various reviews on the proposals for K-12 funding and the spending bills

IL State Rep. John Bradley (D-Marion)

John Bradley 05-23-2016

State Representative John Bradley spoke with Tom Miller about the tax increase proposals, Rauner’s turnaround agenda, and the increasing pressure on lawmakers to get a budget in place before the May 31 deadline.

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Dr. Christine Horner 05-24-2016

Dr. Horner is a natural health expert as well as a surgeon and author of books regarding health, beauty, and the prevention/treatment of breast cancer. She spoke with Tom Miller to discuss the importance of skin health,

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Ron Ellis 05-24-2016

Williamson County Commissioner Ron Ellis spoke with Tom Miller concerning the recent real estate freeze that went through committee.

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Harry Spiller 05-20-2016

Former Marine and Sheriff of Williamson County now turned author, Harry Spiller, joined Tom Miller in the studio to discuss his new book in his “Murder in the Heartland” series.

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Terry Brown 05-19-2016

Dr. Terry Brown, a neurologist, joined Tom Miller to discuss the importance of sleep and gave tips on how to manage your hours of sleep.

SIU President Randy Dunn

Randy Dunn 05-19-2016

SIU President Randy Dunn joined Tom Miller in the studio to discuss the stopgap measure and how it helped SIU, among other topics.

Congressman Mike Bost (R-Murphysboro)

Mike Bost 05-18-2016

Congressman Mike Bost spoke with Tom Miller about his letter to the Engineer Inspector General of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers urging an independent investigation into the site selection process for the new National Geospatial Agency West

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Michael Gauch 05-18-2016

Michael Gauch is the superintendent of the Harrisburg school district. With just under two weeks left for state legislators to approve a budget, Michael spoke with Tom Miller about the concern from many superintendents and citizens have