Tuesday, 09 June 2020 08:46

Ray Horner Podcasts - 6/9/2020 Featured

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Part 1

:17 - A resolution was passed in Akron City Council that outlawed any use of chokeholds on potential criminals, as well as having other officers intervening if there is any over-the-line force being used. Margo Sommerville, president of Akron City Council, talked about this measure.

6:00 - The restaurants in Ohio have been open for a few weeks now, but have you gone?

9:29 - Zoos in Ohio can reopen this week, and the Akron Zoo is itching to open their gates. Elena Bell from the Akron Zoo went over the proper procedures and protocols they are doing to ensure the safety of the zoo goers, from social distancing and the suggestion of wearing masks.

14:47 - June 9th, the Akron area is supposed to be hit with temperatures in the mid-90’s. Basically, today is not the recommended day to get that high-impact outdoor workout in. Dr. Debbie Plate from Cleveland Clinic-Akron General joined the Ray Horner Morning Show for her weekly interview, and she discussed the do’s and dont's for these sweltering days. She talked about those warning signs, which can include nausea, exhaustion, and heat stroke, and she advised the listeners to avoid carbonated drinks and alcohol.

19:39 - Maggie Oliver is an intervention specialist at Helen Arnold CLC, and she is the Akron Public Schools teacher of the year.

Part 2

:17 - From the Coronavirus to the protests, the election season has taken somewhat of a backseat. Dr. David Beer, professor of political science at Malone University, talks about the appeal of the two presidential candidates in Donald Trump and Joe Biden, and how both have responded during the pandemic and civil unrest.

12:04 - Not sure how Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam plan to take out Bugs Bunny, as their guns will be eliminated from future cartoons.

14:34 - Getting back into the political world, Dr. Mark Cassell from Kent State University looked at several factors from a global perspective, from the COVID-19 pandemic to the NRA and police unions.

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