Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at 3:00 PM
Gov. Ted Strickland has appointed a new public safety director, now that the Republican-led Senate has rejected the director who's been doing that job for the last eight months. That includes the period during which a plan to drop contraband at the Governor's Residence was called off - which prompted a scathing report by the Inspector General that Democrats dispute. More from statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler.
Government/Politics, Statehouse News Bureau
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