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Jessica Sena: Challenges Associated with Increasing Oil and Natural Gas Production

ECN PODCAST - Research Fellow Isaac Orr and Jessica Sena from the Montana Petroleum Association discuss some of the challenges associated with the "growing pains" of increasing oil and natural gas production in the United States, and some of the potential solutions, including building more pipelines.

Nicole Kaeding: Grading America's Governors

BTN PODCAST - Cato Institute budget and policy analyst Nicole Kaeding joins Budget and Tax News managing editor, Jesse Hathaway, to discuss the Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors, a white paper examining and rating all 50 governors’ on their respective fiscal and tax policies. As Kaeding explains, voters’ reactions to governors’ fiscal policies may have led to some of the more surprising results on Election Day, and may hold implications for the 2016 presidential race.

Joy Pullmann: Post Election Updates

SRN PODCAST - Joy Pullmann discusses the ramifications the midterm elections will have on the education debate, with Heartland's Heather Kays.

Jay Lehr: Will the 2014 Election Results may Effect the Nations Energy Policy

ECN PODCAST - Jay Lehr, The Heartland Institute's science director is optimistic concerning the ability of the new Congress to prevent major new bad environmental and energy legislation from passing. Lehr discusses how the 2014 Election Results may Effect the Nations Energy Policy with Heartland's H. Sterling Burnett.

Nina Burleigh: Midterm Election Reactions

FIRE PODCAST - Jim Lakely, communications director at The Heartland Institute, talks with "left-leaning" investigative journalist Nina Burleigh about various topics including the results of the midterm elections, the economy and politics in general.

Seton Motley: Obama's Latest Net Neutrality Power Grab

ITN PODCAST - Communications Director Jim Lakely sits down with the president of Less Government, Seton Motley, to discuss telecom policy in light of President Obama's recent declaration that he wants the FCC to regulate broadband under Title II as a public utility.
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