Posted Thursday, November 12, 2009
Cleveland's port boss is out; the $400 million Med Mart project gets revised; and casino developer Dan Gilbert begins his new career with a trip to the statehouse. Also, consultants for the city of Cleveland give city hall a comprehensive cost-cutting plan--what's not clear is whether the city will maintain its ability to avoid layoffs. Thursday morning at 9, join the weekly reporters' roundtable to talk about those stories and why two local Democratic congressmen aligned their health care votes with Republican leadership.
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Yesterdays Sound of Ideas program points put how we as citizens have dropped the ball in our communities. From Fort Hood to Cleveland, we bare some responsibilty when a neighbor goes rogue. If we cared more and acted as good citizens would we need concealed carry laws? If we cared more and acted as good citizens would our relationship with police be better?