Record Holiday Travel; Mixing Politics and Thanksgiving

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The holiday season begins this week with Thanksgiving and holiday shopping.  But this year in addition to the food, family and football, you can add another component:  fallout.  The just concluded presidential election has left many tempers and nerves frayed.  If the nation's electorate was divided it stands a chance so will many dinner tables.  Experts offer tips for avoiding a family holiday meltdown.  Record holiday travel is expected this week.  How to stay safe on the roads.  Plus, the latest from the Statehouse.

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Sgt. Anthony Pearcy, Ohio State Highway Patrol Public Affairs Unit  
Matt Bruning, Spokesman, Ohio Department of Transportation  
Mike Polk, Comedian  
Shannon French, Director, Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence; Case Western Reserve University  
Adam Borland, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist, Cleveland Clinic   
Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief  

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