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The Sound of Ideas

The Weekly Reporters’ Roundtable

Posted Thursday, September 4, 2008

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This week, a school shooting leaves an east side suburb unhurt but uneasy; Democratic party insiders begin narrowing the field of possible replacements for Stephanie Tubbs Jones; and an appeals court says the state's business tax cannot be applied to grocery stores or to take-out food. On our program, we'll talk about those stories and get an Alaskan perspective on what Ohioans should know about Vice-presidential hopeful Sarah Palin.


Economy, Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends, Government/Politics


Libby Casey, Washington correspondent, Alaska Public Radio
Grant Segall, reporter, The Plain Dealer
Janet Cho, business reporter, The Plain Dealer
Jason Lea, reporter, The News-Herald

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