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Higher education’s role and value in society has been the subject of a lot of debate recently. We’ll hear about a new survey aims to understand how Americans really feel about it. Plus, some recent country hits have sparked outrage from some while becoming rallying cries for others. That and more on The Show.

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The Show spoke with Luke Runyon, co-director of the Water Desk at the University of Colorado's Center for Environmental Journalism, about the Colorado River and water in the West.
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The opioid overdose reversal drug Narcan is now available over the counter. Now some advocates are worried the high price tag might keep it out of the hands of people who need it most.  Plus, a new investigation reveals how public records are being used to bolster election-related conspiracy theories. That and more on The Show.

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The Show spoke with James Hodge, a professor of law at Arizona State University's Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, and director of the Center for Public Health Law and Policy, about the new availability of Narcan and it's high price.
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Speculation continues to swirl around who will enter the GOP primary for U.S. Senate seat in next year’s election. Our Friday NewsCap panelists analyze that and the rest of the week’s top stories. Plus, Phoenix rapper Mega Ran releases his new album for kids. That and more on The Show

Kari Lake and Blake Masters
Former Arizona state lawmakers Reginald Bolding and Regina Cobb to talk about former President Trump weighing in on Arizona’s Republican primary for U.S Senate, the impeachment inquiry against president Biden and more.
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Efforts to call a constitutional convention to amend the document have been growing in recent years. We’ll hear from a former U.S. Senator on why he thinks that’s a dangerous idea. Plus, a new cookbook takes its inspiration from the big screen. That and more on The Show.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection personnel process and screen migrants using facial comparison software for possible entry into the U.S.
New York City has become the center of the immigration debate, taking federal funding with it. Curt Prendergast from the Tucson Agenda spoke more about the issue with The Show.
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Mental illness impacts us all — from public safety to homelessness to health care. We examine the line between protecting someone’s civil rights and locking someone up if they’re a danger to themselves or others. Plus, a graffiti artist-turned professor on the history and evolution of this illicit artform. That and more on The Show.

entrance of the Arizona State Hospital
The Show spoke with Josh Mozell, an attorney specializing in mental health law, and Meaghan Kramer, a managing attorney for a healthcare group, about involuntary commitment when it comes to people with serious mental illnesses.