Missouri Advocates Praise Ruling for Health Care SubsidiesMissouri health care advocates praised a U.S. Supreme Court ruling Thursday that backs nationwide subsidies under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, October 2nd - #1 NY Times Bestselling Author of "Waiting to Exhale, Terry McMillan; Thomas McAuilffe and Patrick Ishmael on Obamacare; Mike Shannon; and Dr. Eric Knost on Student TransfersCharlie talks with #1 NY Times Bestelling Author of "Waiting to Exhale" and "How Stella Got Her Groove Back", Terry McMillan; Charlie and Debbie talk with Thomas McAuliffe of the Mo. Foundation for Health and Patrick Ishmael of the Show-Me Institute about Obamacare; Charlie talks with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon about the Cards upcoming Division series playoff game; and with Mehlville School Supt. Dr. Eric Knost about the meetings in Jeff City yesterday regarding the student transfer program.
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, July 3rd -- Ryan Barker, Darrell Pulliam, Angie Eckert, the Rev. Rodney Francis, Gateway Festival OrchestraCharlie talks with Ryan Barker of the Mo. Fdn. for Health, with Darrell Pulliam about a possible Metro bus driver strike; with Angie Eckert about "The Eckert Family Summer Cookbook"; with the Rev. Rodney Francis about a toy gun buyback program; with with Dr. Ray Taylor and Dr. Jim Richards about the 50th anniversary of the Gateway Festival Orchestra.
Study Finds Major Health Disparities Among Missouri MinoritiesAfrican-Americans are four or five times more likely to have an infant death compared to the white population. Firearms assaults are nearly 35 times higher.
Area Food Banks Get $1 Million GrantA St. Louis-based philanthropic organization has awarded $1 million grants each to four food banks in the state.
Charlie Brennan - Thursday, June 28thCharlie hosts a two-hour special on the Supreme Court ruling on health care reform. Guests included Dr. James Brasfield, Dr. Donald Palmisano, Dr. Christine Jacobs, Mo. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, Dr. Joel Goldstein and Thomas McAuliffe.
More Charity Care, More Unpaid Bills for HospitalsThe increase in charity care came as the percentage of people without insurance also rose slightly.
Data Mining Could Contain Health Costs
Charlie Brennan - Tuesday, April 12thCharlie talks with a St. Louisan who is a relative of Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space; and with Thomas McAuliffe with the Mo. Fdn. for Health about Mo. Att'y Gen. Chris Koster's brief stating the case for striking down the health care mandate.