Posted Thursday, May 21, 2009
Cleveland elected leaders hoped to collect damages from 21 financial institutions to help pay for the foreclosure mess. It was a unique argument: Cleveland claimed the banks had knowingly created a public nuisance. With a federal court decision, the banks claim a victory for the moment. Also this week, scandals in offices both high and low, unexpected competition for Cuyahoga County's Med Mart project, and a pharmacist pleads no contest to manslaughter, raising questions about the culpability in healthcare. Join us Thursday morning at 9 for our weekly roundup of regional news.
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