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Medicaid Expansion Followed by a Lawsuit, Scandal at the Art Museum, Plus Toby Cosgrove

Posted Friday, October 25, 2013

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Governor John Kasich got the Medicaid expansion he'd been pushing for, and a lawsuit to go with it. A scandal shakes the Cleveland Museum of Art and forces out its director. Two of the women who escaped from the house of Ariel Castro agree to tell their story in a book while the third opts for a TV appearance. Plus, we talk with Cleveland Clinic CEO Toby Cosgrove about the cost of health care.

Guests

This week’s panelists:
Erick Trickey, Senior Editor of Cleveland Magazine
Chris Quinn, VP of Content at the Northeast Ohio Media Group
Karen Kasler, Statehouse Bureau Chief
Plus:
Sarah Jane Tribble, Health Reporter at ideastream

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Watch the rest of Sarah Jane Tribble’s interview with Cleveland Clinic CEO Toby Cosgrove.

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Arts and Culture, Economy, Community/Human Interest, Government/Politics

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