Posted Thursday, August 13, 2009
The drive to reshape Cuyahoga County government took another turn this week when a competing slate of candidates announced plans to run for a proposed charter commission. Five people want the Cleveland Mayor's job and the primary is just under a month away. A Columbus judge won't let the state dip into a tobacco settlement fund to bridge a budget shortfall and Governor Strickland finds a new lottery director in Cleveland. Join us for a discussion of the week's top stories Thursday at 9:00 on 90.3.
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The Beacon Journal had an article that the age of gambling might be lowered to the age of 18. How likely is that to happen? Given teenagers tendency to take risks, how will teen gambling addiction, etc. be addressed?
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