What's In A Phrase: Should Rust Belt Be Scrapped? Turnpike Test Track

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Cleveland, it's said, is a rust belt town. What does that term mean to you? Is it a proud nod to our industrial heritage, our work ethic and our perseverance? Or is it a pejorative, an insulting and inapt vestige of the past? Then, 'Look, trooper, no hands!': Driverless cars are about to hit the Turnpike.

Guests: 

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH)  
David Giffels, Author, The Hard Way on Purpose: Essays and Dispatches from the Rust Belt  
Anne Trubek, Founder, Publisher at Belt Magazine; Freelance editor and writer 
Randy Cole, Executive Director, Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission  
Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief  
 

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"Rust Belt": Does the Phrase Still Reflect Our...

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Ohio Turnpike on Track to Test Driverless Technology

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