Cleveland City Councilman Mike Polensek spoke with America’s Work Force on July 15 to discuss the major problem of redistricting in Ohio.
Councilman Polensek first discussed the Major League Baseball All-Star Week, which was hosted in Cleveland this year. He discussed the amount of police and other resources that were used and whether or not the city made money during the week. Polensek then went on to talk about the city wanting to increase the number of police officers to 1,700. He said that at its peak, Cleveland had upwards of 2,000 active police officers. Furthermore, Polensek talked about how unfairly the districts in Ohio have been drawn and how people frequently become confused or just do not know which district they belong to. He said that it is a major problem that he would like to see be resolved sooner rather than later.
Margie Adelman, medical researcher for Healthy Cell also joined the July 15th show and talked about new nutrient delivery systems. She talked about how certain pills, when swallowed, are broken down too easily by the bodies stomach acid and don’t end up reaching the small intestine, where they are mainly effective. According to Adelman, the new nutrient delivery system is an easy-to-swallow gel pack, that will be able to withstand stomach acid and make it all the way to the small intestine, where they can be properly absorbed.
AWF host Ed “Flash” Ferenc spoke about Amazon fulfillment center workers in Minnesota planning to stage a walkout on July 15, which happens to be Amazon’s Prime day.
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