3D Printed Guns; Cleveland Hosts USA Triathlon National Championships

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In this country, the law protects your right to buy a gun, own a gun and carry a gun. But, in the age of 3D printers, what about making a gun? And what about sharing blueprints on gun-making with others? Last week, 8 states sued the government to block a Texas company from uploading blueprints to the Web. The owner says that infringes his 1st and 2nd amendment rights. We'll discuss on The Sound of Ideas. Then, we'll preview the USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships as it comes to Cleveland this weekend. 

 

Guests: 

-Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Professor, Cleveland Marshall College of Law 
-Brett Conner, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Manufacturing Engineering, Director, Advanced Manufacturing Research Center, Youngstown State University
-Mark Avsec, Partner and Vice Chair, Innovations, Information Technology and Intellectual Property Group, Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP
-Suzanne Dabkowski, Public Information Officer, Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms Columbus Field Division
-Jeff Uzl, President, Cleveland Triathlon Club & and Athlete
-Mike Mulhall, Vice President of Business Development, Greater Cleveland Sports Commission

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