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Full Show: District Attorney Kim Ogg On Bail Reform, And Cultivating A Fan Base For Houston Sports (Sept. 3, 2019)

On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: Why the DA opposes the recent bail reform lawsuit settlement, area sports team discuss how you cultivate a fan base here, the experience of foreign exchange students and their hosts, and music from The Regrettes.

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On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg explains why she opposes the recent settlement of a bail reform lawsuit against the county. Ogg has long advocated for bail reform for poor, low-level defendants.

Also this hour: Area professional sports executives past and present discuss how you cultivate, maintain, and grow a fan base here.

Then, we discuss what it's like to host – and to be – a foreign exchange student.

And The Regrettes perform a Skyline Sessions concert.

 

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