White House Ethics; Caring for Disabled Adults; Future of Bridgestone Invitational

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The White House is facing several inquiries into ethics of President Trump's political appointments, his son-in-law's business deals, and other matters. Are these truly 'black and white' or are there grey areas?
We talk to a former Trump Administration federal watchdog, to learn how ethics concerns are investigated. What options are available to developmentally disabled adults, as they become too old for school? 
A parent and two experts are here, to tell us what families in Cuyahoga County can do to help their loved ones.  And it may be the 19th hole for the Bridgestone Invitational Golf Tournament - likely leaving Akron. What's this means for Northeast Ohio -  and will another tournament take its place?


Walter Shaub- Former director, Office of Government Ethics  

Peggy Demooy- Mother of a disabled son  
Patti Matzinger- Director of Waiver Services, Koinonia Homes  
Beth Thompson- Program director, Milestones Autism Resources
Kevin Kleps— Assistant editor and sports business reporter at Crain's Cleveland 

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