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September 18, 2013 — An organizer of a conference that will examine the Affordable Care Act will be among guests on the University of Wyoming news and information program “Wyoming Signatures” at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22, on Wyoming Public Television.
Virginia Vincenti, professor in the UW Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, will preview the 2013 Consumer Issues Conference Oct. 2-4 at UW. The conference, with the theme “Navigating the New Health Care Market,” will examine sweeping social, legal and economic consequences of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) plus other key health care issues.
Additionally, producer and videographer Ali Grossman will reveal the architectural significance of the UW Centennial Complex that is getting a new roof this summer. Designed by renowned architect Antoine Predock, the building is home to the UW American Heritage Center and Art Museum.
In a studio interview, 18-year-old Kevin Moe of Laramie will tell how he paid for nine months of travel by busking with his bagpipes. Moe will perform during the segment.
“Wyoming Signatures” is produced by UWTV of the University of Wyoming Outreach School. Wyoming PBS can be seen over-the-air and via cable or satellite in communities throughout Wyoming. A complete list of channels can be found at www.wyoptv.org/channels.