Remembering 9/11; Tracking Teens; Statehouse Update; Midterms Bring Proxy Battle To Ohio

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Today marks the seventeenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York, Washington D-C and Shanksville Pennsylvania. Nearly 3,000 died. Most of us remember where they were when they saw the images of the towers of the World Trade Center falling as they flickered across the TV screen.  What about those who were not yet born, or too young to remember? We'll visit with a former CIA executive who will speak at Kent State University about the sacrifices and heroism of 9/11 and why it matters today.  Then President Obama and  President Trump both have a vested interest in who becomes Ohio's next governor. Obama is in Cleveland this week to campaign. Donald Trump Jr. will be stumping in Ohio, too. 



Charles "Chuck" Banks, Retired CIA Executive, U.S. Army,  Retired  
Lisa Damour, Ph.D., Psychologist, Author, "Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood"
Karen Kasler, Ohio Public Radio, Statehouse News Bureau Chief 
Tom Sutton, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Baldwin Wallace University  

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