Friday, November 16, 2012

The What Davy Carter Means Edition

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The backroom dealings that elected Rep. Davy Carter as Speaker of the House and what that means for the major issues facing the General Assembly, shoring up the Medicaid trust fund, Medicaid expansion and taxes — covered on this week's podcast.

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