Closer Look: Minority Contractor Rules; Drug Theft; And More

Guiomar Obregón, CEO and co-founder of Precision 2000, and Alejandro Coss, president of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia, talk about new rules on minority contractors with the city of Atlanta on ''Closer Look.''
Guiomar Obregón, CEO and co-founder of Precision 2000, and Alejandro Coss, president of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia, talk about new rules on minority contractors with the city of Atlanta on ''Closer Look.''
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Tuesdays on “Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress”:

  • 0:00: Legal analyst Page Pate evaluates the campus sexual assault misconduct policy legislation recently approved by the Georgia Board of Regents;
  • 15:59: As part of the WABE series “Advancing Atlanta: Education,” Martha Dalton reports on a Gwinnett middle school that seems to have found a way to get kids excited about coming to class;
  • 20:41: Guiomar Obregón, CEO and co-founder of Precision 2000, and Alejandro Coss, president of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia, talk about new rules on minority contractors with the city of Atlanta;
  • 39:48: Kimberly New, founder of Diversion Specialists, talks about pharmaceutical theft in the wake of a case in which Emory Healthcare was fined for employee drug theft;
  • 49:56: Candace Wheeler talks about Primary Day, the Ides of March, President Obama’s Supreme Court nomination decision, payment by selfie and the canonization of Mother Theresa in today’s “Trending” segment
  • 55:03: Molly Samuel reports on offshore oil drilling updates;
  • 1:00:42: Klaudio and Ana Kucelin remember their daughter Bianka, who died from a brain tumor at five years old, in this week’s edition of “StoryCorps Atlanta.”