CSU Film School; Cleveland Community Court, State of the State Preview

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Ohio is calling 'action' on plans to build a new film and media school on the campus of Cleveland State University.  The state's proposed capital budget plan calls for more than  $7 million to be set aside for the project.  Too many people are spending time in Ohio's  jails. Cleveland will launch a community court soon and use alternatives to incarceration as punishment.

Plus, we'll preview the 2016 State of the County speech from Cuyahoga County Executive, Armond Budish.

 

Resources:

Ideastream: First 2000 Days + Cleveland Connects: Quality Pre-K Forum (on demand video)

First 2000 Days Coverage on cleveland.com

Ideastream Listening Project

Guests: 

Ivan Schwarz, President & CEO, Greater Cleveland Film Commission  
State Rep. Kirk Schuring, (R-Canton)  
Judge Ronald B. Adrine, Administrative Judge Cleveland Municipal Court  
Judge Suzan M. Sweeney, Cleveland Municipal Court   
Betsy Sullivan, Opinion Director, cleveland.com

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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CSU Film School Proposal Could Make Region Player in...

Apr. 21, 2016
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The Sound of Ideas

Cleveland Plans to Open Community Court by Summer

Apr. 21, 2016
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