Ohio Secretary Of State Discusses Upcoming Election Needs; The Medical Case For Masks

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Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose wants the state legislature to enact changes that would make mail-in voting smoother in Ohio after the coronavirus pandemic forced an entriely vote-by-mail primary election in March. Among the changes: Voters could request ballots online and do so up to a week before the election. Democrats on the legislature and the League of Women voters want even more changes. Later, a Cleveland Clinic doctor makes the case for everyone to wear a mask. And we'll consult an employment law specialist about legal issues surrounding a return to work. 

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Frank LaRose, Ohio Secretary of State
Raed Dweik, MD, Chairman, Respiratory Institute, Cleveland Clinic  
Ann-Marie Ahern, Principal- Certified Specialist, Labor and Employment Law, McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal and Liffman Co., LPA   
 

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