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113. Rep. Allison Russo: What We’ve Learned – or Haven’t – from the Pandemic

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113. Rep. Allison Russo: What We’ve Learned – or Haven’t – from the Pandemic

October 17, 2022

113. Rep. Allison Russo: What We’ve Learned – or Haven’t – from the Pandemic

Two and a half years after the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Ohio, Dan and Minority Leader Allison Russo reflect on what we have – and haven’t — learned from the pandemic. They also discuss the importance of voting and democratic responsiveness to health. Show notes at PrognosisOhio.com.

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