Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit; Increasing Diversity In Medical Research; Angie Haze

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Clinical trials and research studies are the path to advancing medical treatments and cures, but the people who participate in them don't completely reflect the nation’s racial and gender make-up. One local doctor has devised a model to change this dynamic.  Our Be Well unit delves into this topic. First, Ohio state lawmakers have very different ideas about the future of the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit.  The House wants to call "cut" on the program.  The Senate sees an expansion as a possibility.  We’ll discuss the options on the table and what the credit means for Ohio’s television and film industry.  Plus, our Ideastream Arts & Culture team talks with Akron singer-songwriter, Angie Haze.   


Ivan Schwarz, President & CEO, Greater Cleveland Film Commission  
Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio/TV 
Marlene Harris-Taylor, Be Well Health Reporter, Ideastream  
Charles Modlin, MD., Urologist, Cleveland Clinic 
Suzanne Rivera, Ph.D., Vice President, Research and Technology Management, Case Western Reserve University 
Linda Goler Blount, President & CEO, Black Women's Health Imperative 
Dan Polletta, Arts & Culture Producer, Ideastream
Angie Haze, Singer, Songwriter, Angie Haze Project

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