Host Jeff Jenkins and Harvey Peyton discuss legal issues from listeners and matters affecting local politics. More info: www.PeytonLawFirm.com
Coop recaps the Country Roads Food Drive (15 tons and $50k statewide; 4k lb food and $23k in Charleston), then welcomed on WV Attorney General Patrick Morrisey to discuss mail in voting.
Later Brad McElhinney check in with a state news check and Charleston Mayor Amy Goodwin wraps up the show with a comment on the canceling of Live on the Levee.
Plus, listener calls.
Coop introduces the Country Roads Food Drive to benefit local food pantries then Senator Shelly Moore Capito calls to relate newest info on the PPP program.
Later, Author and former Personal Protector and Secret Service Agent May Beth Wilkas Janke is Coop's guest and they discuss her new book, The Protector: https://www.amazon.com/Protector-Journey-Service-Guarding-Dangerous-ebook/dp/B085RSR5MT
Coop takes calls with open lines, then welcomes on Claire Brown from www.theCounter.com to discuss meats supply chains and issues with the processing of meats in the U.S. during the coronavirus pandemic. Also, some commentary on challenges specific to restaurants as they try to determine the benefit of re-opening.
And more open lines.
Host Dale Cooper and ENT Bob Pollard discuss the doctor's office re-opening for non-essential procedures. Also, Dr. Pollard recaps the history of pandemic response in the United States and breaks down COVID19 and explains symptom differences and other tips in identifying the difference between cold/flu/sinus/allergy and COVID19.
More info: www.ENTPollard.com