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WQED's studio at 4802 Fifth Avenue in Oakland is the central point for a live and lively conversation about the events making up the news of the week. Host Chris Moore is joined by regular panelists Lynn Cullen, Valerie McDonald Roberts, Bill Green and Heather Heidelbaugh.

Next on 4802

Friday, February 6, 2015
4802 is LIVE at 7:30!

Description:

In this episode of 4802 we discuss the abrupt resignation of PA Treasurer Rob McCord, debate Chelsea Wagner’s claim to have the right to audit County authorities and talk medical marijuana legislation in PA. Also discussed is Mt. Lebanon’s plan to control their deer population, expansion of the film tax credit and a petition to cancel Bill Cosby’s schedules appearance at Heinz Hall.


Related Links

Pa. Treasurer McCord resigns without explanation, to leave Feb. 12

Pennsylvania makes progress on medical marijuana

Mt. Lebanon approves trap-and-euthanize deer cull

Allegheny County controller releases hotel tax money to VisitPittsburgh

Film insiders worry about Western Pennsylvania losing role in industry

Petition drive seeks postponement of Bill Cosby show at Heinz Hall

 


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