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.

Guests: 

Mark Naymik, Columnist, cleveland.com

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

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