Is marijuana going to be legal in Missouri? John Payne of Show Me Cannabis visits Collateral Damage to talk about the upcoming ballot issue in November 2016. Payne says Show Me Cannabis is looking to put medical marijuana on the ballot instead of full legalization, because close to 70 percent of Missourians support medical marijuana.
Tom Villa, Longtime city alderman and state representative, and Les Sterman, former head of the East West Gateway sit down for a chat about Metro Link, crime, Paul McKee, minimum wage, and why state government has no “empathy” for the city.
Former City Comptroller Vivus Jones talks about his $7 electric bill last month (thanks to solar panels) and why he’s against the stadium, against the upcoming bond issue, and why he thinks fighting poverty should be government’s top priority.
Donald Suggs, publisher of the St. Louis American, and Don Marsh, of St. Louis Public Radio (KWMU-FM 90.7) talk about the changing dynamics of media, how media handled Ferguson, and what St. Louis can and should do in a post-Ferguson world.
After 14 years on-air, Collateral Damage morphs exclusively to podcast. Host DJ Wilson discusses what that is, and what that ain’t.