- What's in the health reform bills?
NPR's health reporter Julie Rovner answers questions about all the elements of the health care and insurance reform bills being debated in Congress.11:00 a.m.
Julie Rovner: National Public Radio health policy correspondent. Author of "Health Care Politics and Policy A-Z." Former reporter for Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report and the Medical News Network.
- How are small businesses weathering the recession?
MPR's Phil Picardi moderates a discussion in the UBS Forum.12:00 p.m.
Linda McMahon: Self employed travel agent
Walter Gray: Financial advisor to small businesses
Kevin Stirtz: Business consultant, entrepeneur
Beth Freschi: Self-employed life coach
Amy Goetz: Owner, Bramblewood Cottage Bakery
Chad Salewski: Owner, sign manufacturer Signs Now
Crystal Pollard: Owner, Bellies to Babies clothing store
Jason Rysavy: Principal of an Interactive Ad Agency
Shawn Seely: Owner of a computer agency
Michael Schaffer: Self-employed accountant
Stefan Silverman: Franchise consultant, former construction firm owner.
Greg Boettner: Chairman of St. Paul SCORE
Roger O'Daniel: Retired business owner, consultant
Anderson Mitchell: General contractor
Lonny Gulden: Self-employed recruiter
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