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The Sound of Ideas

Regional News Roundup

Posted Thursday, February 1, 2007

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A new poll says if it were up to Ohio voters today, Hillary Rodham Clinton would be our next president. Ohio's Secretary of State asks, what if working the polls was more like jury duty? House Speaker Nancy Pelosi gives bloggers a bit of quality time while Ohio Governor Ted Strickland faces his administration's first lawsuit - from the General Assembly. And, sure, John Rockefeller was important, but who do you think is the most influential Clevelander? Join us for a roundtable on The Sound of Ideas Thursday morning at nine on 90.3.



Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau; George Nemeth, Brewed Fresh Daily blog; Joe Frolik, The Plain Dealer, assoc. editor of editorial pages

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