Posted Thursday, August 7, 2008
This week, Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama brings a message of energy reform to Berea and Youngstown. In Columbus, proposals to make sick leave mandatory and bring casino gambling to Clinton County gain steam. Meanwhile, the troubles continue for embattled officials in Cuyahoga County, as the county prepares to name a site for a convention center already expected to come in over budget. Also, strap hangers across Greater Cleveland come out in a forceful opposition to the RTA's planned service cuts. Join us for a conversation about those stories and others Thursday at 9 a.m.
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