KTWU I've Got Issues
Ive Got Issues is a community affairs series at KTWU. The program is intended to be a wide-ranging community affairs show that explores a variety of topics. The community of which we speak encompasses that portion of eastern Kansas and western Missouri that KTWU serves by way of broadcasting and cable outlets.Visit KTWU I've Got Issues Website
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Guests discuss current and past efforts to promote transparency in Kansas.
Guests discuss the history and current affairs surrounding the DACA program.
IGI discusses racial stereotyping and the work of Langston Hughes.
A local panel of political experts discuss the KS Legislative Session.
Guests discuss alternative wellness practices related to sleep, nutrition and meditation.
Guests discuss how organizations help those in need in the community.
Veterans and experts discuss the Vietnam War.
Expert guests discuss changes to the DACA policy.
Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger's perspective on the Affordable Care Act.
Christina Sell, Catholic Charities of Kansas describes workshops & tools for couples
A Kansas Supreme Court ruling related to the "Kansas Parentage Act" is described.
Joyce Grover, executive director of Kansas Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence.
Dr. Barbara Semakula, director of Sports Rehabilitation Service, KU Medical Center
G.A. Buie, president-elect of the National Association of Secondary School Principals
Donna Deeds, Center for Advanced Professional Studies in Overland Park, Kansas.
Corrections official Brian Cole describes the attitude of parents who are incarcerated.