Saturday, August 18
Another shooting in a workplace environment, another shooting in a school environment. What is it all about?
Robert Sollars, president of TODAY'S TRAINING advises schools and business to look for certain characteristics.
Stephanie Angelo of Human Resource Essential will also be talking with Jay. Her expertise is in the area of domestic violence.
What should an employer do if he feels that someone is a threat? Are school psychologists afraid of law suits if they say a student is a threat? Join us with your questions.
Gov. Jan Brewer stood up to the president again, this time saying that the state will not give drivers licenses, and other trappings of citizenship to young people allowed to say by executive order.
Dulce Matuz, a DREAM Act spokesperson joins Jay to discuss the executive order and Brewer's response.
Sunday, August 19
Well it's not on the ballot yet and the Arizona Supreme Court will decide if we'll ever get to vote for it.
The top two primary vote getters for any office face each other in general election, regardless of party affiliation. It's time has come.
Former Phoenix Mayor Paul Johnson joins Jay to discuss the issue.
What do you think? Would that make Arizona legislators more centrist? Why would that be good? How is it working in other states? Would more be accomplished?
Your calls to the former mayor.