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“The A List” Preview: Dr. Ben Carson

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(aired Weds 6/22/22)

Dr. Ben Carson is the next guest on “The A List with Alison Lebovitz” - tomorrow night at 8:30 PM on our public media partner WTCI PBS.

A retired neurosurgeon and author who entered politics, his impressive career spans four decades - from revolutionary surgeries in the operating room to a run for President to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

Dr. Carson is also a dedicated advocate for education.

In 1994, he founded the Carson Scholars Fund with his wife Candy - and that is what brought him here to Chattanooga.

Catch Dr. Ben Carson on “The A List with Alison Lebovitz” - tomorrow night at 8:30 PM - on WTCI PBS.

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