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The Sound of Ideas

Thursday Reporters’ Roundtable

Posted Thursday, July 3, 2008

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Big sigh of relief at Cleveland's Sherwin-Williams. The Rhode Island supreme court says it's not to blame for problems with lead paint and won't have to pay for a huge clean up. Also in the news: an innocent man is gunned down in his front yard. The Medical Mart has its first local boss but as yet, no local site. Four-dollar gas has Clevelanders clamoring for bus tickets at a time when RTA is cutting back. Join us for the regional reporters roundtable Thursday morning at 9:00 on the Sound of Ideas.


Environment, Children's Health, Courts/Crime - Fire/Law Enforcement, Transportation, Regional Economy/Business - News


Mike Tobin, assistant metro editor, The Plain Dealer
Jay Miller, government reporter, Crain's Cleveland Business
Peter B. Lord, environment writer, Providence Journal

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