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Mark Naymik On Ken Johnson Reporting; Get Out The Vote; Cannabis-Based Treatment For Epilepsy

Ken Johnson is one of Cleveland City Council's longest-serving members. For nearly four decades he's represented Ward 4, which encompasses Buckeye-Shaker, and portions of the Mount Pleasant neighborhood. But, the councilman has been under scrutiny of late, thanks to detailed reporting by cleveland.com columnist Mark Naymik.

The first cannabis-based medication approved by the FDA is now available by prescription. So, which patients and what conditions can be treated by Epidiolex?

And lacking a permanent address shouldn't mean a person cannot vote. The Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless is making sure everyone has access to the polls.

Mark Naymik, Columnist, cleveland.com

Prakash Kotagal, MD, Neurologist and Epilepsy Specialist, Cleveland Clinic

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