The Supreme Court's Busy Week

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The Supreme Court's busy week went beyond the landmark rulings on same sex marriage and the affordable care act. The court ruled the EPA didn't fully consider costs in ordering cuts in mercury emissions at coal-fired power plants. What impact will that have? And a ruling on a Cleveland case would allow teachers to testify in child abuse cases in place of the child. We'll cover those rulings, and seek your views Wednesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.

Guests: 

Trent Dougherty, managing director of legal affairs, Ohio Environmental Council

Charles D. Lasky, V-P of Fossil Operations, First Energy

Jeff Holmstead, representative of Electric Reliability Coordinating Council

Jonathan Witmer-Rich, law professor, CSU Marshall College of Law

Matthew Meyer, assistant Cuyahoga County prosecutor

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