Extreme Cold; Politics Roundup

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A blast of arctic air has hit Northeast Ohio, bringing zero degree temperatures and windchills of -35 degrees. That's not just cold, that's c-c-c-cold. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about the weather, and how to keep ourselves, our homes, our pets and others safe. Later, let's talk politics as Sen. Sherrod Brown heads off to Iowa to explore a presidential run and the State of the Union is set.

 

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Guests: 

-Christine Riley, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, National Weather Service 

-Chris Knestrick, Director, Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless 

-Fatima Perkins, Director of Community Outreach and Advocacy, Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging

-Tom Sutton, PhD, Professor of Political Science, Baldwin Wallace University 

-Katie Lavelle, PhD, Professor of World Affairs, Department of Political Science, Case Western Reserve University 

-Seth Richardson, Political Reporter, Cleveland.com 

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