An attorney for Occupy Cincinnati protesters facing trial over police citations says a delay will be requested so the cases can be combined. Geoffrey Miller tells The Cincinnati Enquirer that a mass trial, drawing potentially hundreds of people to court, would have more punch. The newspaper reports the first trials are scheduled for Thursday.
For more than a week, police have been ticketing demonstrators who've refused to leave a downtown Cincinnati park at its nighttime closing. About 200 citations have been written, each carrying a $105 fine.
Elections officials and lawmakers will be scrambling to deal with an Ohio Supreme Court decision on Friday. Ohio Public Radio’s Karen Kasler reports the high court ruled unanimously that Democrats can take the new Congressional district map to the ballot.
This episode features Dr. Michelle Au, an anesthesiologist and author. Since medical school, she has been writing The Underwear Drawer, a blog about her life inside and outside of medicine. Dr. Au has authored the book This Won’t Hurt a Bit (And Other White Lies) and also a medical comic strip series entitled “Scutmonkey,” which details both the lighter and darker humor of the modern medical education process.