Posted Friday, June 25, 2010
Eight months after voters decided to pitch an aging form of government in Cuyahoga County, one office holder has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the new government. Meanwhile, the candidate pool in the races for the new county council and executive offices has firmed up with the passage of the filing deadline. Governor Strickland brings his reelection campaign to Cleveland in the midst of a surprisingly strange week in the gubernatorial race. Friday morning at 9, we talk about those stories and how the Lorain Morning Journal is reinventing the daily newspaper.
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If we should be suspicious of Lillian Greene’s opposition to county government reorganization because it will cost her her job, then we must be suspicious of Bill Mason’s support because he’s the only elected official who will keep his.