Locals Mobilize To Help Those In Path Of Hurricane Florence; CEO & Worker Pay Studies

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Hurricane Florence, a massive storm that packs destructive winds, heavy rains and a damaging surge, is moving closer to the Carolinas. The storm's  wind speed and power has diminished over the past day, but make no mistake, it's still a beast and it is expected to cause major damage. It's a huge storm and it will linger. We'll talk with a National Weather Service meteorologist, a reporter form North Carolina Public Radio, a first responder Dayton-based Ohio Task Force One, now deployed in North Carolina,  and a local Red Cross volunteer on the scene at a shelter.  Later, CEO pay is way up. Worker pay? Not so much, according to two new studies. We'll discuss.

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Policy Matters Ohio's State of Working Ohio Report

Policy Matters Ohio CEO Pay Study

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Poll Worker Hiring Details


Gary Garnet, Meteorologist In Charge, National Weather Service, Cleveland 
Jeff Tiberii, Capitol Bureau Chief, North Carolina Public Radio,  WUNC 
Teresa Abiva, Red Cross Volunteer, Deployed to North Carolina 
Amy Hanauer, Founding Executive Director, Policy Matters Ohio 
Zach Schiller, Research Director, Policy Matters Ohio 

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