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Up to Date focuses on pressing issues, both local and national, including politics, economics, planning and design, history and entertainment - topics that have an impact on the lives of the Greater Kansas City region.

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Up to Date focuses on pressing issues, both local and national, including politics, economics, planning and design, history and entertainment - topics that have an impact on the lives of the Greater Kansas City region.

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By Ctado - Feb 22 2019
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Thought-provoking, KC-centric conversations that invite listener input. This podcast helps to keep me informed!

Social security

By FelicityFarm - Sep 13 2016
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Smart Money Expert claims Reagan tweked social security so it would last longer. Check your facts he stole from ss. That same "expert" can't help clicking on interesting on site where his computer was hacked. A financial advisor that didn't buy apple. Smh😣

iTunes Ratings

29 Ratings
Average Ratings
23
1
1
4
0

Thank you!

By Ctado - Feb 22 2019
Read more
Thought-provoking, KC-centric conversations that invite listener input. This podcast helps to keep me informed!

Social security

By FelicityFarm - Sep 13 2016
Read more
Smart Money Expert claims Reagan tweked social security so it would last longer. Check your facts he stole from ss. That same "expert" can't help clicking on interesting on site where his computer was hacked. A financial advisor that didn't buy apple. Smh😣
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Up To Date

Latest release on Oct 22, 2020

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Rank #1: Free Bus Rides In Kansas City Give Residents An Equal Chance To Vote, Says KCATA Chief

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Kansas City Area Transportation Authority eliminated bus fares to limit contact between drivers and riders, but officials hope free public transportation can eventually be made permanent.

Oct 22 2020

14mins

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Rank #2: Why Some Kansas City Newsrooms Are Changing The Way They Use Mug Shots

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Mug shots often carry an implication of guilt prior to sentencing, and have disproportionately affected communities of color and lower income.

Oct 21 2020

25mins

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Rank #3: Barbara Bollier Would Be The First Kansas Democrat Elected To The U.S. Senate In 90 Years

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The big political news out of Kansas this year is that a Democrat might win a U.S. Senate seat. That’s hasn’t happened since 1930, and is supposedly the longest losing streak for a party anywhere in the country.

Oct 20 2020

30mins

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Rank #4: The Legacy Of Former Missouri Gov. Mel Carnahan, 20 Years After His Death

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In October 2000, a plane carrying Missouri Gov. Mel Carnahan, his son Randy and aide Chris Sifford crashed in eastern Missouri, killing all three.

Oct 19 2020

23mins

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Rank #5: Kansas Congresswoman Sharice Davids Makes The Case For Her Reelection

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From coronavirus relief to working to protect Native American women, Davids touts her bipartisan accomplishments.

Oct 16 2020

30mins

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Rank #6: Why Missouri's Appointed Lieutenant Governor Thinks He Should Keep His Job

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Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe, appointed to the position by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson in June 2018, is now running on his own record.

Oct 16 2020

16mins

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Rank #7: Another Effort To Reduce Violent Crime Kicks Off In Kansas City

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The city's latest attempt to reduce violent crime rests on four pillars: prevention, intervention, law enforcement and community, and administrative reform.

Oct 09 2020

29mins

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Rank #8: CROWN Act Unanimously Passes In Kansas City, Banning Hair Discrimination

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"The CROWN Act is a very necessary step in ensuring equity and addressing the silent but very real barrier of implicit bias,” says Kansas City Councilwoman Ryana Parks-Shaw.

Oct 08 2020

15mins

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Rank #9: Here's How Virtual Classes Are Going For Kansas City Public Schools, One Month In

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After a month of having only virtual classes, Kansas City Public Schools is considering letting some students return to school.

Oct 08 2020

26mins

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Rank #10: Lincoln Project Co-Founder Blames Trump For Country's "Rapid, Precipitous Decline"

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"Over the years, you've seen the Republican party evaporate into nothingness. It's not for anything. It's against things that it shouldn't be against," says former Republican Steve Schmidt.

Oct 07 2020

25mins

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