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The Game - 255 - Crime and Punishment
The Game - 255 - Crime and Punishment
Immigration, the Opioid crisis, school shootings, police misconduct – the list of challenges facing law enforcement is more complex than ever. We tackle these issues and more with San Mateo County’s top law enforcement officials – Sheriff Carlos Bolanos and District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. The Game is Crime and Punishment. The Game is on.

San Mateo County is one of the safest counties in California with crime rates well below the state average. Even with that good news, we are not immune to the concerns we read and hear about almost daily – the fear in minority populations of a crackdown on immigrants, the growing crisis over opioid abuse, the fear our young people face from school shootings and a seemingly daily report of police abuse of authority.

Here to discuss these complex and difficult issues are the top two law enforcement officials in San Mateo County. Sheriff Carlos Bolanos was elected to his office June fifth after two years as the appointed sheriff. He has been in law enforcement for 37 years. District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe was re-elected to his office June fifth without opposition. He was elected in 2010 and has served in the prosecutor’s office for 30 years.
2018-06-18 Community Calendar
2018-06-18 Community Calendar
City of South San Francisco State of the City 05-31-18
City of South San Francisco State of the City 05-31-18
North Fair Oaks Community Council Meeting - April 26, 2018
North Fair Oaks Community Council Meeting - April 26, 2018
Lung Cancer Living Room - 5-15-18
Lung Cancer Living Room - 5-15-18
Patient Roundtable
PenTV Promo: Wednesday Programming Lineup - Independence Day
PenTV Promo: Wednesday Programming Lineup - Independence Day
Updated for 2018: 7:00 AM: Pen Voice 7:30 AM: Yoga for Health and Joy 8:00 AM: The Children's Corner 8:30 AM: Clean Green Living with Leslie Reichard 9:00 AM: Kapowich on Real Estate 9:30 AM: Talk Art 10:00 AM: The Game 10:30 AM: Financial Insider Weekly 11:00 AM: Clean Green Living with Leslie Reichard 11:30 AM: The Garage 12:00 PM: Pen Voice 12:30 PM: The Chico and Bman Show 1:00 PM: Bulletin Board 1:30 PM: San Mateo County History Stories 2:00 PM: Strata Portraits of Humanity 2:30 PM: The Game 3:00 PM: Clean Green Living with Leslie Reichard 3:30 PM: The Kamla Show 4:00 PM: Future Talk 4:30 PM: Perils for Pedestrians 5:00 PM: San Mateo County Today 5:30 PM: On Your Computer 6:00 PM: Foster City City Council Meetings 9:00 PM: 66th SAMCEDA Annual Meeting & THRED Talks 10:30 PM: The Chico and Bman Show 11:00 PM: Democracy Now! 12:00 AM: Bulletin Board
The Game - 256 - Melissa Michelson
The Game - 256 - Melissa Michelson
The June 5 primary is in the books. Was San Mateo County’s all-mail election a success? And what does the voting tell us about what might happen in November? We crunch the numbers with political analyst Melissa Michelson. The Game is Politics, the Game is on.

The June 5 statewide primary election had a lot on its agenda -- San Mateo County was one of five to make history by conducting an all-mail ballot. Did it mean more voter participation? The top-two primary was supposed to be a sweep for Democrats, but it didn’t turn out that way.

We sift through the remains of the day with our own political analyst, Menlo College Political Science Professor Melissa Michelson, co-author of “Listen, We Need to Talk,” an examination of changing public attitudes toward LGBT rights.
Community Calendar 2018-06-04
Community Calendar 2018-06-04
San Mateo County Today 39 - Gina Papan
San Mateo County Today 39 - Gina Papan
We interview Mayor of Millbrae, Gina Papan, about the city, future plans, and the Cal Train BART transit center.
The Game - 253 - Mary Hughes
The Game - 253 - Mary Hughes
A record-number of women are running for the U.S. Congress this year. Is 2018 a breakthrough year for women in politics? We ask a leader in this cause, Mary Hughes. The Game is Politics, The Game is on.

For well over a decade, Mary Hughes has been a leader in the effort to elect more women to office. A veteran political strategist and advisor to candidates for president, Congress and the Legislature, she founded Close the Gap CA, which recruits progressive women to run for office.
Pen Voice - 358 - Donna Colson Pt. 2
Pen Voice - 358 - Donna Colson Pt. 2
Host Dani Gasparini welcomes back Vice Mayor Donna Colson from the City of Burlingame to discuss the LimeBike program, the 150th year of the Anson Burlingame China Treaty and more.

http://burlingame.org
Pen Voice - 359 - Ziomara Ochoa Rodriguez
Pen Voice - 359 - Ziomara Ochoa Rodriguez
Host Dani Gasparini talks about mental health awareness month with Ziomara Ochoa Rodriguez, MFT, Clinical Services Manager from Behavioral Health and Recovery Services in the San Mateo County Health System.

Mental Health Awareness Month Kickoff Event
Friday, May 4, from 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Cunha Intermediate School
600 Church Street, Half Moon Bay

More information about Mental Health Awareness Month:
http://smchealth.org/mentalhealthmonth

Crisis Hotline for Mental Health:
650.579.0350

Call Center Line:
1.800.686.0101
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Pen Voice - 361 - Alex Khojikian Pt. 2
Pen Voice - 361 - Alex Khojikian Pt. 2
Host Dani Gasparini welcomes back Alex Khojikian, Deputy City Manager for City of Redwood City, to discuss the city's vision around reconnecting and reinvigorating its Neighborhood Associations.

For more details, please visit:
http://redwoodcity.org/neighborhoodassociations
Pen Voice - 357 - Donna Colson Pt. 1
Pen Voice - 357 - Donna Colson Pt. 1
Host Dani Gasparini starts off her two-part interview with Donna Colson, Vice Mayor of Burlingame, discussing such issues as SB827 and transportation infrastructure impacts for local government.

http://burlingame.org
Pen Voice - 360 - Alex Khojikian Pt. 1
Pen Voice - 360 - Alex Khojikian Pt. 1
Host Dani Gasparini primarily discusses how local minimum wage is considered and evaluated for City of Redwood City with Alex Khojikian, Deputy City Manager, in the first of a two-part interview.

For more details, please visit:
http://redwoodcity.org/minimumwage

 
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