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More Resources, Not More Police, Makes A Community Safer (10/23/2020) - In this episode Doug talks to local activist Julian Mack about his run for Toledo City council and then I talk about a recent national news story involving a local high school and conservative propagnada website PragerU.
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Say Her Name… Breonna Taylor (9/24/2020) - In this episode, after a short statement about the non-indictments in the Breonna Taylor murder case, we try to find out why a Supreme Court vacancy was more different in 2016 than in 2020. Next Doug has a short interview with a friend who is running for elected office. Finally we discover if talking about…


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