The Dom Giordano Show: Jeffrey Lord, Katrina Pierson, Lou Gaul & Werner Graf | June 30Dom discussed Morning Joe's response to the President's tweet attack on them, Republicans adding $45 billion to opioid treatments, beer distributors trying to curb teenage drinking. At 10, Jeffrey Lord joined discussing the media reaction to President Trump's tweets towards "Morning Joe." At 10:35, Senior Political Strategist, Katrina Pierson, joined discussing the Republican's health care plan and President Trump's tweets at "Morning Joe." At 10:45, Lou Gaul takes us to the movies. At 11, Werner Graf, a former School board member at Hopewell school district, joined discussing the school's newest transgender policy. At 11:45, game of the week.
Combined Help For Thousands In Camden County With Mental Health, Addiction IssuesCamden County has brought two agencies together in an effort to improve services for those dealing with mental health issues and opioid abuse.
Chester County DA: Prescription Opioids Are Driving Addiction CrisisChester County DA Tom Hogan says doctors need to re-think how opioids are used to treat pain.
Concert In Bryn Mawr Aims To Raise Awareness About Opioid AddictionThe concert, titled “Music in Memory,” will be at The New Leaf Club from 5-7:30 p.m Thursday.
Mayor Kenney Convenes Task Force To Combat Opioid AddictionA Philadelphia "task force to combat the opioid epidemic" held its first meeting on Wednesday.
Wolf Signs Package Of Bills To Address Opioid CrisisPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has signed into law a package of bills aimed to battle the state's heroin and opioid crisis.
Dozens Of Medical Schools Join Fight Against Opioid AddictionOpioid addiction is a big problem that has been growing across the country. National efforts are underway to battle the issue. Even medical schools are joining the attack.
Despite Meeting, Toomey Stands By Decision To Ignore Supreme Court NominationPat Toomey defended the Republicans in the Senate to ignore the nomination of Merrick Garland to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court.