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Weekly Schedule of Alabama @ Work and For The Record on Alabama Public
For The Record schedule for the week of July 8
For The Record airs weeknights at 6:30 and 11 on Alabama Public Television
Monday, July 8, 2002
Funding Renovations on Historically Black Colleges
Joe Lee, Ph.D., President of Alabama State University will talk about a
federal program designed to help preserve historic buildings on
historically black colleges and universities. He will also discuss other
issues facing Alabama State.
Tuesday, July 9, 2002
Student Drug Testing
The United States Supreme Court upheld the right of schools to do drug
testing of students. What will be the impact of the ruling in Alabama?
Will schools in the state use the ruling to implement drug testing?
Wednesday, July 10, 2002
Thursday, July 11, 2002
African-Americans Alter Voting Patterns
Two high profile and longtime black political leaders, U.S. Rep. Earl
Hilliard and state senate hopeful Joe Reed, recently lost elections to
younger candidates in Alabama. Meanwhile, one Senate candidate hopes to
convince his traditionally Democratic district to vote Republican this
year. What is causing this "changing of the guard", and why are some
African-Americans encouraging voters to break from the Democratic Party,
at least in part?
Friday, July 12, 2002
A Review of the Week's Top Stories
Anthony Cook, Metro Editor, Anniston Star; Paul Davis, President
Opelika-Auburn News; and Steve Chiotakis, Anchor WBHM-FM will be the three
Alabama journalists discussing the headlines of the past week.
Alabama @ Work airs Friday nights at 9 and 11:30pm and Sunday at 2 and 11
This Schedule is for Friday, July 12
With the ongoing drop in the stock market, what has been the impact on
those close to retirement or those already retired? The implications of
the market decline on retirement investing will be examined.
Oakview Farms Granary located in Wetumpka is an old-fashioned stone
gristmill. The company makes grits, cornmeal, and whole wheat flour. Joe
and Patty Lambrecht began milling as a hobby and turned it into a business
Financial author George Trivoli discusses investing and offers other tips
in his regular monthly feature.
Bottom Line-As the Federal Reserve continues to drop interest rates, the
drops have led to a rise in refinancing. The situation is also changing
the rules of refinancing.
Alabama@Work is made possible by the financial support of the following
Major Funder: Office of the Governor - Alabama Department of Economic and
Additional Funders: Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc.; Regions Bank;
Business Council of Alabama; Alabama Power Foundation; Economic
Development Partnership of Alabama; and Alabama State Docks.
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