Dr. Scott Ramsey, as both a health economist and a cancer researcher, has seen firsthand how the cost of lifesaving medications has skyrocketed in the past decade -- and the crippling impacts such a financial burden has caused his patients.
Dave Ross and Dr. Ramsey explore the pharmaceutical marketplace, the causes of ballooning costs, and what can and should be done to rein in pricing under the Trump administration.
Why should every state have two governors instead of senators? Why is the Cabinet system broken? Why did the U.S. miss the chance to re-train the American workforce and ride atop the wave of globalization rather than have workers dashed on the shoals of outsourcing and automation? Dave Ross explores the answers to these questions and more with Parag Khanna.
Parag Khanna is an international relations expert and best-selling author. He is a CNN Global Contributor and Senior Research Fellow in the Centre on Asia and Globalisation at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore.
In the world of education, Dr. Maxine Mimms has done and seen it all. She was just presented a Lifetime Achievement Award from the city of Tacoma for her efforts in the classroom. She looks back on a life in education with Dave Ross, and ahead to where the state of Washington should go with the system facing a funding crisis.
Harvard writer-in-residence Adam Tanner uncovers the hidden marketplace selling your medical data. It's all legal, supposedly anonymous, but could new technologies neuter any privacy protections on your data? Dave Ross digs in with Adam Tanner.
As the governor unveils his $4 billion funding package for state education, newly minted Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal joins Dave Ross to discuss his view of the crucial needs for our state's schools and his role in assisting the legislature to come to compromise.