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WSIU Public Radio presents "Morning Conversations" each week. Join Host Jennifer Fuller as she interviews dignitaries, local leaders, community organizers, artists and more. Morning Conversation airs each Tuesday at 8:30am (CT).

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WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with Carbondale Downtown Advisory Committee Chair Jack Langowski, and Committee members Meghan Cole and Elaine Ramseyer, about upcoming meetings and plans for the city's downtown area.

WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with Boys and Girls Club of Carbondale Program Director Tina Carpenter and WSIU Outreach Coordinator Beth Spezia about upcoming celebrations and collaborations for 2014.

WSIU's Jennifer Fuller interviews SIUC Interim Chancellor Paul Sarvela.

WSIU's Jennifer Fuller talks with Shawnee Health Service Executive Director Patsy Jensen about National Community Health Center Week (Aug. 10-16), and the benefits of community health programs.

Democratic State Senator Daniel Biss of Evanston was one of the key architects of a plan to overhaul Illinois' troubled public employee pension system. 

Biss was in Carbondale Tuesday and sat down with WSIU's Jak Tichenor for a special Morning Conversation to talk about pension reform and a retirement proposal that is still pending in the General Assembly.
 



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