In case you didn’t get out of bed in time to listen to the weekly NAM radio show live, we’ve done you the favor once again of posting it here, where it’s also available in Podcast.
This week, we begin by talking to Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee Chairman Clay Shaw (R-FL) on WTO talks, OCS drilling, and pension reform. Then, NAM Deputy General Counsel Quentin Riegel chimes in on the legal and economic ramifications that Vioxx litigation may hold for the pharmaceutical industry. We also interview a Centers for Disease Control official on bird flu and the reported vaccine shortages. Later, Fred Webber, the optimistic CEO at the Aliance of Automobile Manufacturers and NAM board member and small manufacturer Fletcher Steele of Pine Hall Brick speak about the soaring prices of natural gas. All this along with music from Jefferson Airplane, The Byrds, Prince and The Commodores. Easy like Sunday morning.
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