Posted Thursday, April 10, 2008
In the news this week, Governor Strickland and state lawmakers tap the Ohio Turnpike and the tobacco settlement to pay for a jobs package. Meanwhile, some major mortgage lenders sign on to a deal to help homeowners avoid foreclosure. Ohio's death penalty gets an unprecedented airing in Lorain County court and a Cleveland lawmaker wants to force parents to volunteer at schools or face a fine. We'll talk about those stories, plus the trouble in the Attorney General's office on the Sound of Ideas reporters roundtable. Join us with your thoughts tomorrow at nine on 90.3.
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