Tommy talks to Kevin in Metairie about his wife's need for medication to cope with constant, chronic pain.
Tommy talks to WWL-TV reporter Meg Farris about a new report that New Orleans had more drug-related deaths than homicides.
Tommy talks to State Representative Cameron Henry about the current state and the future of TOPS.
Tommy talks to David Howard, Professor in the Dept. of Health Policy and Management at Emory University, about the state of Obamacare going forward.
The group Take 'Em Down Nola wants to rename streets, schools, and even hospitals in New Orleans, saying they're named after white supremacists. What do you think?
Tommy talks to Chris Edwards, Director of Tax Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, about what kind of tax reform we could see from President Trump.
What happened with the GOP healthcare bill? Tommy talks to Andy Smith, Director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.
Tommy talks to Fay, whose husband was hit by a drunk driver when he was 19 and suffered for the rest of his life because of it.
Tommy talks to Dr. James Diaz. Professor of Public Health at LSU Health New Orleans School of Public Health, about blood alcohol content and how our bodies metabolize alcohol.
Tommy talks to Gregory Koger, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Miami, about the GOP healthcare bill.