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03/29/14 DT
The Urban Cafe

Tags: The Urban Café, Geneva Dobson, debt

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The Urban Café welcomes Geneva Dobson who owns a debt management company whose main function is to reduce student loan debt, resolve default and qualify clients for forgiveness. She has also written a book titled; Failing Successfully: Life after Debt that details her life and key aspects of living beyond debt.

We will also discuss;

• Credit Repair

• Filing Bankruptcy

• Chapter 11 & 13

• Credit Rating

• Student loans

• Credits Cards

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Pat Kemp talks about the ever growing student loan debt and interest rates with Phil Michaels of University of Tampa; Keosha Poole of the University of South Florida; and Nick Tumi of Hillsborough Community College.

07/16/13
Last Call Tuesday
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Pat Kemp talks about the ever growing student loan debt and interest rates with Phil Michaels of University of Tampa; Keosha Poole of the University of South Florida; and Nick Tumi of Hillsborough Community College.

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Tampa MoveOn protesters to Sen. Rubio: "Jobs not cuts" listen

08/10/11 Josh Holton
WMNF Drive-Time News Wednesday
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Jobs, not cuts, was the message of protesters today, outside Congressional offices across the country. About two dozen activists protested outside Senator Marco Rubio’s office near USF-Tampa.

The progressive nonprofit advocacy group Moveon.org called on it’s supporters to flood local legislative offices today to ask congressi...

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Congress reaches a deal to raise the debt limit, but will it pass a vote? listen

08/01/11 Joshua Lee Holton
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday
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President Barack Obama and congressional leaders from both major parties have come to an agreement on a proposed budget deal that would cut trillions of federal dollars from the national budget over the next decade. The deal will increase the borrowing limit, preventing the government from defaulting on it’s debt for the first time in history. The measure would extend the current $14.3 trillion debt ceiling by up to $2.4 trillion...

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Obama says he will not sign deal to temporarily raise borrowing limit listen

07/11/11 wire reports including AP
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday
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President Barack Obama says he will continue to push congressional lawmakers to reach the largest deal possible to cut government spending and raise the nation's borrowing limit.

Obama says he knows his call for a large deal faces resistance. House Speaker John Boehner has said a smaller deal stands a better chance of passing on Capitol Hill. But the president insisted a full deal must pass now and he won’t accept a temporary agreement.

"I will not sign a 30-day or a 60-day or a 90-d...

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Obama to meet with Congress this weekend for debt negotiations listen

07/07/11 wire reports including AP
WMNF Drive-Time News Thursday
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President Barack Obama says lawmakers of both major political parties agree on the importance of raising the debt limit by August 2. The President says he will convene lawmakers on Sunday to get down to the hard bargaining that's necessary to get a deal done.

“I want to emphasize that nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to. And the parties are still far apart on a wide range of issues. But, again, I thought that all the leaders here came in a spirit of compromise, in a spi...

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The impending collapse of the middle class

07/08/08 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Tuesday)
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Good afternoon, welcome to Radioactivity, I’m Rob Lorei.

Coming up today a powerful talk by Harvard professor Elizabeth Warren about the financial risks facing America’s middle class. But first a listener comment about last Thursday’s program. We got into another discussion about a possible attack by the U.S. against Iran. Here’s what one listener had to say.

Coming up next a speech by Elizabeth Warren, the Harvard professor. Warren writes that “the American middle-class fami...

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