The Maddy Report will air at 10 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 24, on ABC 30 with the topic “Mission Possible: Making Government More Customer Friendly.” The 30-minute program is hosted by Mark J. Keppler, executive director of the Maddy Institute, and will feature Carole D’Elia, executive director of Little Hoover Commission. At 10 a.m., The Maddy Report: “California Facts” and “Information Illiteracy” will air on Newstalk 580 and 105.9 KMJ radio. Guests include Merced Sun-Star and Modesto Bee editorial board-editor, Mike Dunbar; executive director of Little Hoover Commission, Carole D’Elia; California Legislative Analyst of the Legislative Analyst’s Office, Mac Taylor; and former editorial page editor of the Visalia Times Delta, Paul Hurley. The Spanish-language version of the weekly report, El Informe Maddy Report: “Public Employee Retiree Health,” will air at 7:30 a.m. on UniMas 61 with host Ana Melendez and will feature Lourdes Morales of the California Legislative Analyst’s Office. The Maddy Report programs, which cover how state and federal policy impact California and the San Joaquin Valley, also air statewide on The Cal Channel at www.calchannel.com. Previous Maddy Report programs can be viewed at www.maddyinstitute.com. INFO: Mark J. Keppler at 559.278.1133.
Maddy Report Sept. 24: ‘Making Government More Customer Friendly’
By Tom Uribes|September 20th, 2017|Categories: PRESS RELEASES|Tags: Carole DâElia, host Ana Melendez, Lourdes Morales, maddy institute, Mark J. Keppler, UniMas 61, âMission Possible: Making Government More Customer Friendly.â|0 Comments on "Maddy Report Sept. 24: ‘Making Government More Customer Friendly’" 0 Comments