Your Voting Access Questions Answered

We answer your questions about voting access this election. [3dfoto / shutterstock]
We answer your questions about voting access this election. [3dfoto / shutterstock]

In this important election - how do you cast a ballot if its printed in a language you don't read? On The Sound of Ideas, ideastream's Justin Glanville and Gabriel Kramer share their reporting on election access, including how groups at a language or disability disadvantage can cast early ballots.

Later, we'll talk to a Cleveland Clinic doctor about Drug Take Back Day, and how the community can help combat the opioid crisis by safely disposing of unused medications. 

And, we'll hear concerns from the Regional Director of the ADL about growing hate groups in Ohio. 

Guests: 

-Justin Glanville, Reporter, ideastream 

-Gabriel Kramer, Producer, ideastream 

-Dr. Ellen Rome, MD, Head, Opioid Education and Prevention Committee, Cleveland Clinic & Head, Center for Adolescent Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital

-James Pasch, Regional Director, Anti-Defamation League, Cleveland Office

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Safely dispose of your unused medication to help combat the opioid epidemic. [Steve Heap/shutterstock]
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Dispose Of Unused Medication To Combat Opioid Crisis

Oct. 22, 2020
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