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December 6_Weidenbaum Center Public Policy Lunch Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Anthony O'Driscoll
59:04
Audio Lost
Gayle Jackson
59:09
Lost your audio, Andrew.
Fanice Thomas
59:26
looks like the speaker got muted
Elliot Zucker
59:27
Ditto
Donald Nelson
59:34
lost audio
Mike Worley
01:00:02
same in South Carolina :)
Jamie Barron
01:00:04
We are working on it.
AV Laptop
01:00:22
Can you hear now?
Catherine "Katie" Reeves
01:00:26
no
Gayle Jackson
01:00:29
no
Fanice Thomas
01:00:30
nope
Sharon O’Driscoll
01:00:31
No
Joseph Cruise
01:00:40
no
Sharon O’Driscoll
01:01:22
Still can not hear
Elliot Zucker
01:01:50
No
Jamie Barron
01:02:20
Can someone request live transcript? They are having issues with the audio today. Apologies.
Elliot Zucker
01:02:25
My laptop shows the speaker “muted.”
Gayle Jackson
01:04:53
audio restored
Fanice Thomas
01:04:55
audio is back
Jamie Barron
01:05:54
Thanks for your patience with audio issues today. Can someone confirm they can hear Andrew OK?
Elizabeth Larson
01:06:11
we can hear!
Anthony O'Driscoll
01:06:11
Sounds good now
Jamie Barron
01:06:19
Thank you!
Jamie Barron
01:08:24
Please put any questions you have for the speakers today and we will take as time allows. Thank you!
Jamie Barron
01:21:02
Any questions for Professor Olson? Please put them in CHAT window.
Dan Ferris
01:26:59
Thanks Professor Olson for the talk and overview. Similarly, are delays in election night results being announced driven by the act of counting and administrative shortcomings or participation options by mail up until election day (i.e., postmarked by approaches)? Both?
Terry Weiss
01:29:38
The New York Times had an article on the efficiency of the Brazilian election system and that the US can learn a lot from it. What do you think?
Gayle Jackson
01:35:17
Excellent presentation, many thanks!
Jamie Barron
01:41:00
Questions for Professor McBride? Put in CHAT and we will take after his presentation as time allows.
Terry Weiss
02:05:49
Physician services are lacking due to low reimbursement. Many physicians refuse to see Medicaid patients or limit the number they weill see. Do you have data on this?
Terry Weiss
02:17:09
The single most important reason doctors resist caring for Medicaid patients is low payment for services.