The presidential election has been decided and the implications for many are wide-ranging, including the future of health insurance in the U.S. and the Affordable Care Act; we talk about it today and open enrollment. We’re also joined by the founders of Public Media For All Day with more on why it matters. Plus, the historic nature of Kamala Harris becoming the first woman, the first Asian American, and the first Black American to become Vice-President-Elect.
- CapRadio Healthcare Reporter Sammy Caiola and Covered California Executive Director Peter Lee talk about the impact of the presidential election on Covered California, the U.S. Supreme Court case on the Affordable Care Act, and open enrollment
- National Federation of Community Broadcasters Membership Program Director Ernesto Aguilar and Oregon Public Broadcasting Director of Member Acquisition Sachi Christine Kobayashi on the significance of public media and Public Media For All Day, which they helped found
- CapRadio Executive Vice President and General Manager Jun Reina navigates the ins and outs of CapRadio, decision-making, and more
- CapRadio Race and Equity Reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan discusses the CapRadio Affinity Group, what it does and why it matters
- Los Angeles Times Columnist Erika Smith on the historic nature of Kamala Harris’ becoming the first woman, the first Asian American, and the first Black American to be elected vice president