Advocates For Homeless People Disagree About Solutions, And Steller Sea Lions To Be De-listed?
04/25/2012 at 12:00 p.m.
Advocates For Homeless People Disagree About Solutions: Advocates for homeless people marched on City Hall today. They say the Committee to End Homelessness in King County isn't doing enough. Bill Block, project director for the Committee to End Homelessness In King County, responds.
Steller Sea Lions Might Be Removed From Endangered Species List: Steller sea lions have been on the endangered species list for 22 years, but a federal agency says they've recovered to sustainable levels. Is the species ready to be de–listed? Tom Gelatt is the program leader for the National Marine Mammal Laboratory's Alaska Ecosystems Program.
UW Midwifery Program Faces Uncertain Future: A committee of nursing faculty at the University of Washington met with students today. The nurse midwifery program is in limbo after faculty voted to eliminate it last winter. Now, students are waiting to see what this new committee decides about the program's fate. We speak with KUOW reporter Sara Lerner about the committee's decision and the future of the midwifery program.
Bill Block is project director for the Committee to End Homelessness in King County.
Tom Gelatt is the program leader for the National Marine Mammal Laboratory's Alaska Ecosystems Program, which investigates research questions about Steller sea lions and northern fur seals in Alaska.
Sara Lerner is a reporter with KUOW and the morning news anchor.
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