Between the Lines: Battle for Ohio, Voinovich tribute and medical marijuana

Between the Lines: Part 1

The battle for Ohio in the Presidential campaign is now underway with both parties having presumptive candidates.

Hillary Clinton made her first campaign stop after securing all the delegates she needs in Cleveland Monday.

She appeared at an industrial complex where one vendor makes heavy-duty helmets for military special forces.

And she pivoted her earlier campaign message to focus on a detailed methodical plan to deal with foreign and domestic terrorism.

She also spoke with WKYC's Tom Beres in the only one-on-one interview about her Ohio campaign's importance and the qualities that Sherrod Brown brings as a speculative Vice Presidential candidate.

What is the state of the Clinton versus Trump campaign in Ohio as things get more serious?

Mayor, Governor and Senator George Voinovich died unexpectedly.

The week was full of tributes and memories of a man who made faith, family, service and his beloved hometown of Cleveland his priorities.

What is his legacy? How will he be remembered at the RNC?

Medical marijuana is on the way to Ohio.

Governor John Kasich signed the bill without any fanfare.

How did Kasich's position on marijuana change? What may be the problems implementing the new law?

Tom Beres discusses these issues with  Channel 3 Political Analysts Dennis Eckart and Mary Anne Sharkey on this edition of Between the Lines.


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