Sean Bueter

News Director & Morning Edition Host

Since joining NIPR in March 2011, Sean has worked to raise the news profile of WBOI by increasing its presence at public meetings, speeches and events, enhancing community relationships, and bringing WBOI to the national stage by placing local stories on NPR flagship shows and APM's Marketplace Morning Report. Sean is the local host of Morning Edition and former co-host of Midday Matters.

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Midday Matters
3:59 pm
Mon March 11, 2013

News Review- Monday March 11, 2013

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking about the Indiana General Assembly's 2013 session.

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Midday Matters
1:58 pm
Thu March 7, 2013

Outer Spaces- Thursday March 7, 2013

On today's Midday Matters, Jason Kissel from ACRES Land Trust wants to know: what's your favorite saying, quote, or song lyric about nature?

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Midday Matters
2:50 pm
Tue March 5, 2013

Financial Focus- Tuesday March 5, 2013

On today's Midday Matters, we're checking in on the regional economy with John Stafford from the Community Research Institute at IPFW.

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Midday Matters
3:45 pm
Mon March 4, 2013

News Review- Monday March 4, 2013

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking with Ball State economist Michael Hicks and USF economist Doug Meader about how the sequestration order, signed by President Obama Friday, could affect Indiana. How do you see your life being affected by federal spending cuts? Or do you think the impact will be smaller than we've heard so far?

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Midday Matters
2:19 pm
Thu February 28, 2013

Outer Spaces- Thursday February 28, 2013

It's time to explore your Outer Spaces!

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Politics & Government
2:00 pm
Thu February 28, 2013

Hoosier legislators wary of Medicaid expansion

Indiana Senate President Pro-Tem David Long talks with reporters.
Credit Brandon Smith / Indiana Public Broadcasting

State lawmakers say discussion over how best to implement the Affordable Care Act will continue in the second half of this year’s legislative session.  But Republican leaders say uncertainty about the financial burden placed on the state by Medicaid expansion likely eliminates that option.

Fully expanding Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act would add around 400,000 more Hoosiers to the program.  For the first three years, the federal government will cover the entire cost.  After that, the cost would be split, with the federal government eventually contributing 90%. 

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Midday Matters
2:23 pm
Tue February 26, 2013

Financial Focus- Tuesday February 26, 2013

We're talking taxes on today's Midday Matters! We'll be talking tax prep, pitfalls, and much more.

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Midday Matters
4:27 pm
Mon February 25, 2013

News Review- Monday February 25, 2013

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking about the role of charter schools in education. Ball State University recently announced it's revoking the charters of several charter schools in Indiana. What do you think?

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Midday Matters
2:03 pm
Thu February 21, 2013

Outer Spaces- Thursday February 21, 2013

It's time to explore your Outer Spaces!

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Midday Matters
3:22 pm
Tue February 19, 2013

Financial Focus- Tuesday February 19, 2013

On today's Midday Matters, we're talking about how job seekers with criminal records and other roadblocks to employment can have a better chance at getting a job.

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