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The Law Works
Fri February 7, 2014
Experts Will Take Questions Concerning Water Safety in This One-Hour Special
Watch this program Thursday, Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. LIVE on WV PBS
Listen to the simulcast on West Virginia Public Radio
The Law Works will conduct a special one-hour live call-in show on Feb. 13 discussing the many questions that remain – and the new questions that are arising – as a result of the Jan. 9 chemical spill which continues to impact residents in nine counties.
Participate in this special The Law Works beginning at 8 p.m. on WV PBS featuring experts from the Water Research Institute, environmental and health sciences, and environmental law.
The number to call is 1-800-375-4049. Phones will be answered beginning at 8 p.m. and stop a few minutes before 9 p.m.
Scheduled guests include:
- Alan M. Ducatman, M.D., professor in occupational and environmental health sciences at West Virginia University
- Paul F. Ziemkiewicz, Ph.D., director of the West Virginia Water Research Institute
- Patrick C. McGinley, professor at the West Virginia University College of Law
“I’m looking forward to a lively discussion,” says program host Dan Ringer. “Water safety is something we all take for granted and this incident has shown just how fragile our water resources are. I’m hoping this episode of The Law Works will help people better understand their rights and expectations when it comes to managing natural resources we all depend on.”
The Law Works is the state’s only weekly television show discussing legal issues that affect the lives of citizens. The program has been a Thursday night staple since 1998 and has considered issues ranging from how to buy a house, to the relevance of marriage in the 21st Century. The Law Works fills a valuable role for state citizens by providing important information concerning our legal system from a national, regional and local perspective.
The Law Works host Dan Ringer operates his own law practice in Morgantown. He received is law degree from West Virginia University in 1976.
Watch The Law Works each Thursday at 8:30 p.m. on West Virginia PBS and Fridays at 11 a.m. on WV PBS.2, where available. The Law Works host Dan Ringer operates his own law practice in Morgantown. He received is law degree from West Virginia University in 1976.
Episodes of The Law Works may also be viewed in their entirety on the West Virginia Public Broadcasting website and the West Virginia Public Broadcasting You Tube® channel the day after the original broadcast.
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More information about this week’s and recent topics from the program is available at The Law Works website, including YouTube® postings of recent programs.