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The State of Ohio

State Budget Projections

State of Ohio
Posted April 17, 2009

A little over three years ago, Ohio voters resoundingly rejected a proposal that would have changed the way the lines for state legislative districts are drawn. But now, there are at least three proposals that would change the redistricting process for state or Congressional districts. Sen. Jon Husted, a Republican of Kettering near Dayton is the author of one of them, which would create a bipartisan seven member apportionment board. Catherine Turcer of Ohio Citizen Action has been working with the League of Women Voters and the Secretary of State on a contest to come up with the best scientific formula for redrawing the lines.

Thursday Reporters’ Roundtable

The Sound of Ideas
Posted April 16, 2009

Cuyahoga Commissioners Sign Medical Mart Deal

Regional News Stories
Posted April 16, 2009

Cuyahoga County's Commissioners officially signed a development agreement on a medical mart and convention center for downtown Cleveland.

Ohioans Hold Protests on Tax Day

Regional News Stories
Posted April 16, 2009

Groups around the country and the state spent yesterday - the April 15th tax filing deadline - protesting current tax laws and loopholes.

University Heights Mayor Rejects Merger Bid

Regional News Stories
Posted April 15, 2009

Mayor Beryl Rothschild tells a Cleveland Heights councilman "We have nothing to gain" from merger proposal.

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