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Green Fleet Radio, October 16, 2019

Carl Lisek, host of "Green Fleet Radio," talks with Eman Ibrahim, Planning Manager of the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission.

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Regionally Speaking With Chris Nolte

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Regionally Speaking, Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Today: Maggie Clifton, director of community engagement for the city of Valparaiso, joins us to talk about the 14 neighborhood projects that being supported this year by the Redevelopment Commission's Neighborhood Improvement Grant program. This the second year for the program and this year's grants will be focued on projects like new sidewalks, street lights and playground equipment. We have another edition of "Green Fleet Radio," with host Carl Lisek of South Shore Clean Cities. and there is an addition to Majestic Star Casino in Gary -- mobile sports betting, as supplied by an Illinois company. Frank Ignatius, the founder and president of USA Sports Gaming, talks about the new partnership with casino owner Spectacle Emtertainment of Indianapolis.

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Democratic Rep. Adam Smith On Trump And Syria

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Elijah Cummings Dies At 68

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2020 Presidential Election

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio ended his campaign for president on Friday morning, acknowledging that he was unable to successfully pitch his progressive ideas to the Democratic electorate.

"I feel like I have contributed all I can to this primary election. It's clearly not my time, so I'm going to end my presidential campaign," de Blasio said on MSNBC's Morning Joe.

De Blasio's exit makes him the sixth candidate to drop out of the field, bringing the total number of Democrats seeking the nomination to 19.

Former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke gave a staunch defense of his gun control plan during Thursday's Democratic presidential primary debate, saying that as president, he would prioritize mandatory buybacks of assault-style weapons.

Quoting the candidate's past comment about selling back AR-15s and AK-47s, moderator David Muir asked O'Rourke: "Are you proposing taking away their guns? And how would this work?"

O'Rourke answered, "Hell, yes, we're going to take your AR-15, your AK-47."

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The fate of the filibuster — a 60-vote threshold for most legislation in the U.S. Senate — is again an issue of controversy among Democratic presidential candidates.

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said the supermajority requirement is preventing Congress from passing popular bills — such as a background check bill.

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Carl Lisek hosts “Green Fleet Radio,” interviewing guests in the Lakeshore Public Radio studios in Merrillville on topics pertaining to South Shore Clean Cities’ mission.

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Longtime region radio and music scene icon Tom Lounges hosts this weekly hour of music and conversation with a wide variety of guest musicians.

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