The Maddy Report’s “Highway Funding: Still Stuck in Political Gridlock” will air at 10 a.m. Sunday, Jan 10, on ABC 30. Mark Keppler, executive director of The Maddy Institute, will host the hour-long program featuring guests Norma Ortega, Caltrans chief financial officer; Rob Lapsley, president of the California Business Roundtable; Chris McKenzie, executive director of the California League of Cities; Matt Cate, executive director of the California Association of Counties; and Dan Walters, Sacramento Bee columnist. The Maddy Report‘s Valley Views Edition: “Farm to Market: Maintaining the Valley’s Highways” will air at 10 a.m. Sunday, Jan 10, on KMJ News Talk 580AM and 105.9 FM. Guests will be Tony Boren, executive director of Fresno Council of Governments; Ted Smalley, director of the Tulare County Association of Governments; and Sharri Bender Ehlert, CalTrans District 6 director. El Informe Maddy: “State Watchdogs” will air at 7 a.m. Sunday, Jan 10, on Univision 21 and UniMas 61. Ana Melendez, deputy director of The Maddy Institute, will host the show with Edgar Cabral of the Legislative Analyst’s Office and Margarita Fernandez of the State Auditor’s Office. The Maddy Report programs cover how state and federal policies impact California and the San Joaquin Valley. It also airs statewide on The Cal Channel at www.calchannel.com, where a schedule is available. Previous Maddy Report programs can be viewed in their entirety at www.maddyinstitute.org. INFO: Keppler, 559.278.1133.
Maddy Report: ‘Highway Funding: Still Stuck in Political Gridlock’
By Tom Uribes|January 7th, 2016|Categories: PRESS RELEASES|Tags: Maddy Report|0 Comments on "Maddy Report: ‘Highway Funding: Still Stuck in Political Gridlock’" 0 Comments