It’s not uncommon for companies to have a policy concerning corporate social responsibility. But, do companies have an obligation to help communities? If so, is it just certain types of businesses? Plus, how do you factor in a company’s desire to help and, at the same time, benefit the bottom line?
In our first Politically Speaking before a live audience, Jo Mannies and Jason Rosenbaum of the St. Louis Beacon join St. Louis Public Radio's Marshall Griffin and Chris McDaniel to discuss everything Missouri legislature related.
In part one of our show, we discuss our key takeaways from the 2013 session, and what we predict will be contentious issues come September's veto-session.
And in part two, we open it up to audience questions, discussing everything from education committee reassignments to energy to ethics changes.
Nice restaurants in Jefferson City should be sad to see the Missouri Legislative session end. They’ve received tens of thousands of dollars worth of business from lobbyists courting Missouri’s legislators over dinners and drinks.
Who were the legislators taken out for expensive meals? Well, in many cases, we don’t really know.
Engaging in sports can be beneficial to young athletes. They provide the opportunity to be physically fit, learn discipline and build character in a fun environment.
The fun stops, however, when a sudden and unexpected injury or surprise medical condition intervenes. This potential is worrisome to parents and coaches as talk and awareness of concussions seem to be at an all-time high.
Host Don Marsh talked with Tony Breitbach, Director of the Athletic Training Education Program at Saint Louis University, about what can be done to protect young athletes’ health.