This edition of Making the Case features Amy Hanauer. Amy Hanauer is the founding executive director of Policy Matters Ohio. She has a master’s of Public Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.A. from Cornell University. Before starting Policy Matters in 2000, Amy did research and policy work in Wisconsin, Colorado and Washington D.C. In addition to running Policy Matters, Amy does research on work, wages, tax policy, energy policy and other issues. Amy is on the board of directors and the executive committee of the national think tank Dēmos, the steering committee for Stand Up for Good Jobs and Strong Communities, and the advisory committee to the national Economic Analysis and Research Network (EARN). In 2009 she was part of a panel discussion with Vice President Joe Biden on the future of manufacturing. Read her piece on Ohio in a 2011 edition of The Nation magazine by clicking the following link : ohio-new-kind-battleground.
Making the Case Featuring Amy Hanauer
On the Air
Five Keys Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind @2:03
Brenda Lee The Crying Game @2:01
People I Love You @1:54
Marketts Out of Limits @1:43
Don Rondo Two Different Worlds @1:40
The Tremeloes Here Comes My Baby @1:37
Moody Blues Nights in White Satin @1:32
Sarah Vaughan Eternally @1:29
Bobby Vinton My Heart Belongs To Only You @1:24
Los Indios Tabajaras Maria Elena @1:21
Larry Verne Mr. Custer @1:18
Johnny Rivers Poor Side Of Town @1:10
Retro RadioThe show that takes you back in time as Joe Madigan plays the lost, the forgotten, and the classics of the 1960s. Retro Radio also features songs from the WIXY-Sixty survey from Cleveland's legendary Top 40 radio station, WIXY 1260.
@3 pm w/Joe Madigan - 1960s Records
The Outspoken CyclistJoin Diane each week as she talks with notables from industry advocacy, and the cycling community at large including manufacturers, bicycle builders, riders, trainers, coaches, and legislators. With 36 years of bicycle shop experience, Diane will also be talking about fit, performance, training, and more.
@6 pm w/Diane - Bicycling