In episode 3 of The Lobby, Damian is joined by veteran non-profit journalist, Josh Kurtz, Partner at Rifkin Weiner Livingston, Camille Fesche, and Baltimore and Howard County Delegate Jessica Feldmark. Join us as we examine the variety of perspectives on Maryland politics- from inside, from outside, and from one of the state's most-trusted observers.
Want some hope for the future of the 10th District of Baltimore City? We found it with the newest council member Phylicia Porter, who found some common corners with Don Mohler in Edmondson Village and parts south.
Talking South Baltimore on the rise with new Councilwoman Porter
“Better to have a few rats than to be one,” wrote Baltimore Sun voice Peter Jensen, when our city was being attacked by the President of The United States. Now that Joe Biden has taken the wheel, we discuss Charm City rodents, the future of journalism and every challenge of the virus and vaccine.
The Baltimore Rat Pack attacks the future of our city
In episode 2 of The Lobby, Damian is joined by contemporaries Sushant Sidh and David Carroll, as well as long-time advisor for Comptroller Peter Franchot turned communications strategist, Len Foxwell. Join us for an inside look at how lobbying has changed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, what it takes to build a multifaceted firm from the ground up, and the business of lobbying.
Ep. 2: Changing Spaces with Len Foxwell, Sushant Sidh, & David Carroll
How do I find out where to get vaccinated? How much flexibility in timing is there for the second dose? Is it ok to take Tylenol or ibuprofen for side effects? If I’ve gotten vaccinated, can I be infected by one of the new variants? Should I get the vaccine if I currently have COVID? Can the vaccine alleviate long-hauler symptoms or long-term loss of taste or smell?
On the inaugural episode of Conduit Street Podcast #AfterDark, Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson discuss the latest on the governor's stimulus package -- including competing fiscal analyses, timing, and a new, add-on proposal from Senate Democrats; recap some of the week's most intriguing bill hearings, and provide updates on broadband, funding for local health departments, COVID-19 liability protections, and criminal justice issues.
Once vaccines are more widely available, employers may start requiring their workers to be vaccinated. Employment law expert Karla Grossenbacher talks with Dr. Josh Sharfstein to break down vaccine mandates, how these work with the Americans With Disabilities Act, Title VII, and other federal laws, and what questions employers are asking before they make a decision to move forward.
Will COVID-19 Vaccination Be Required for the Workplace?
Just six weeks into the job at City Hall, Brandon Scott has felt all of the impact of the pandemic and managing COVID and local businesses. We chatted about the legend of Shorty, reopening restaurants, vaccine distribution and the tragic murder of his friend and Safe Streets leader Dante Barksdale.
Time well spent and a candid conversation with the new Mayor of Baltimore
Our ElectionPalooza crew has reassembled to discuss the future of America. Don Mohler and Nestor host Lucinda Ware, Tom Coale, Candace Dodson-Reed, Marc Steiner and Damian O’Doherty as we talk through the most turbulent week of our lifetime in this country.
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