NPR Politics Live; More Untested Cleveland Rape Kits; Rev. Chalker Retires

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The NPR Politics Podcast is headed to Cleveland for a live show at Playhouse Square, so what better time to talk about national politics on The Sound of Ideas? Scott Detrow, the Congressional correspondent who hosts the NPR Politics Podcast, will join us and we hope you can, too. We'll cover the latest on immigration, the budget, the handling of domestic violence allegations involving White House staffers and whatever else you want to talk about. Then, The Plain Dealer found that Cleveland police failed to send hundreds of rape kits collected from sexual assault victims for testing, violating state law. Reporter Rachel Dissel joins us to talk about her investigation. Plus, a conversation with retiring pastor Kenneth Chalker of University Circle United Methodist Church. He served for more than three decades. 

 

Resources

NPR Politics Podcast Live at the Ohio Theater 

Friday, Feb 23rd at 7:30 PM - Tickets are available

 

The Plain Dealer's Reporting on Untested Rape Kits

 

Guests: 

-Scott Detrow, Congressional Correspondent for NPR, and Co-Host, NPR Politics Podcast

-Rachel Dissell, Reporter, The Plain Dealer 

-Rev. Kenneth Chalker, Retiring PastorUniversity Circle United Methodist Church

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