Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearings; Cleveland Property Values Study

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh answered dozens of questions through a marathon session of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee considering his Supreme Court nomination. Senators were allotted 30 minutes each and questions probed his judicial record and sought his views regarding such issues as abortion law, gun rights and presidential powers during a criminal probe. More to come. Two local constitutional law experts join us. 
 Later, not every community in Cleveland has rebounded from the 2008 housing crash. Predominantly black neighborhoods have been left behind. We will discuss a new study that uses data to paint a disparate picture of the housing recovery.

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PBS Streaming Coverage of Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearing

Western Reserve Land Conservancy Report

Lisa Damour New York Times column



Jonathan Entin, Professor Emeritus of Law, Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Case Western Reserve University  
David Forte, Professor of Law, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University  
Michelle Jarboe, Business Reporter, The Cleveland Plain Dealer  
Frank Ford,  Senior Policy Advisor, Western Reserve Land Conservancy, Thriving Communities  

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