We talk about the landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on identity and employment for the LBGTQ community!Read more
We discuss the happenings of Seville Village during the COVID pandemic and how they are coping. The Seville Garage sale has been cancelled!
Innovation Ohio: June 2, 2020 – “The House has chosen this moment -- during a pandemic and a time of nationwide protests over institutional racism -- to bring back Stand Your Ground gun legislation. Stand Your Ground (House Bill 381) allows participants in a tense standoff to shoot to kill instead of deescalating the situation or leaving when it would be safe to do so. Stand Your Ground laws only lead to more violence and death, often at the expense of people of color. The House is also moving bills to effectively allow the carrying of concealed weapons without a license and to end the requirement to immediately notify a law enforcement officers about a concealed firearm during an interaction. House Bill 381 (Stand Your Ground) is up for a hearing Wednesday, as is HB425 (Duty to Notify) and HB178 (Unlicensed Carry). “Read more
Medina Farmers Market is opening June 6th! Here's how they are going to do it! Here's my conversation with Matt from Main Street Medina on the rules and regulations of opening the Farmers Market on June 6th! See you there!
Watch my COVID-19 Conversation with Auditor Mike Kovack as we discuss the Auditor's Office operating procedures and about the declining Medina County tax revenues.
Scott works in the bar and restaurant industry and created a Facebook page that keeps workers updated with COVID-19 Ohio unemployment resources. We discuss this and more!
Katie Hominsky Conversation about MS and her COVID-19 challenges
COVID Conversation with Krista Wasowski, Medina Health Commissioner
Donna Beheydt had a conversation with CEO of Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce. View it here.