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Making holiday travel manageable for those with a chronic health issue; University presidents testify on the rise of anti-semitism on college campuses; Tommy Tuberville's blockade on military promotions is mostly over.

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Sen. Tommy Tuberville ends his hold on military promotions, the Senate's leadership is divided on a House Border Bill and college presidents testify about anti-semitism on campus.

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Texas welcomes more visitors near Big Bend but locals worry the water won't last, those dependent on Colorado's Dolores River fear the same but have found common ground solutions, and a new film highlights historical healthcare challenges in rural Appalachia.

Dan Heyman

Dan Heyman has been a working reporter and editor for the last thirty-five years, contributing numerous freelancepieces to NPR, The New York Times, and The Washington Post, among others. Based in West Virginia since 1998, he has covered the state for the Public News Service and now works as an editor.


Languages Spoken: English, Spanish

Topic Expertise: Energy markets and regulation, healthcare finance, consumer financial markets, macroeconomics, government budgets, jobs and labor, West Virginia politics and culture.

Local Expertise: West Virginia

Location: Charleston, WV

Demographic Expertise: Working class people, especially in Appalachia, the rust-belt, and Texas.

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Field Thins: Former Candidate Doubts Process, Has Confidence In Voters

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Rural Phone Co-Op Shows Successful Economic Growth Through Broadband

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