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The Sound of Ideas

Thursday Reporters’ Roundtable

Posted Thursday, June 26, 2008

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Come September it's likely police in Ohio will be able to force suspected drunk drivers to take a blood test, if they have a D-U-I history and if the courts don't throw the law out. Also in the news this week ---some legislators want to phase out the state's largest source of revenue- A Brussels-based human rights group comes after Ohio's John Demjanjuk. And a bit of good news on the local housing front. It's the reporters' roundtable on The Sound of Ideas Thursday at 9:00 a.m. on 90.3.


Government/Politics, Courts/Crime - Fire/Law Enforcement, Regional Economy/Business - News


Marilyn H. Karfeld, senior staff reporter, Cleveland Jewish News
Jay Miller, government reporter, Crain's Cleveland Business
Bill Cohen, correspondent, Ohio Public Radio statehouse news bureau

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