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The Sound of Ideas

State of the Union Analysis

Posted Wednesday, January 24, 2007

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With proposals for health care reform, immigration reform, and a surge in troop levels, there are few surprises left in the State of the Union. Join us Wednesday morning for analysis of President Bush's plans for the nation. We'll hear some locally focused perspective from our congressional delegation and correspondents on Capitol Hill, and from those whose work will be directly affected by the President's proposed policies.




Jill Morrison, reporter, Capitol News Connection; Richard Perloff, Professor of Communications, Cleveland State University; Cong. Dennis Kucinich (D-10 Ohio); Cong. Paul Gillmor, (R-5 Ohio); Cong. Steven LaTourette (R-14 Ohio); Dr. Nathan Levitan, chief medical Officer University Hospitals

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