Landmark Supreme Court Case Anniversaries; Crain's 20 in their Twenties; Community Tour Preview

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Fifty years ago, a Cleveland case, Terry versus Ohio, led to a landmark Supreme Court decision that paved the way for police stop-and-frisk policies. We'll explore the impact of that case and other landmark court rulings. Later, we'll meet some of the young people in this year's Crain's Twenty in their 20s class. Finally, a preview of our community tour visit to Medina Monday evening to talk about guns.

Guests: 

-Lewis Katz, Professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
-Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Professor, Cleveland State University's Marshall College of Law
-La'Var Howell, Communications Specialist, Cox Communications
-Coby Socher, CEO, The Socher Team & Realtor, Keller Williams Greater Cleveland
-Loredanna Barreto, Business Sales Executive, AT&T
-State Rep. Steve Hambley, (R-Brunswick)

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