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The Sound of Ideas

Friday Reporters’ Roundtable

Posted Friday, October 15, 2010

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A merger for First Energy and Allegheny Energy? Not so fast, says Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, who claims a merger will cause job cuts and increased energy prices in his state. In Cleveland, the pricetag to defend alleged serial killer Anthony Sowell tops $150,000. PNC loses 75 percent of deposits and slips to the second largest bank in Ohio. And why some appellate judges are questioning the legality of the traffic-enforcement camera law. Join ideastream's David Molpus on The Sound of Ideas Reporters' Roundtable Friday at 9AM on 90.3.

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Government/Politics

Guests

M.L. Schultze, News Director, WKSU
Chris Quinn, Metro Editor, The Plain Dealer
Jay Miller, Reporter, Crains Cleveland

Additional Information

Rendell blasts utility merger as job-killer
Judge reins in spending on Anthony Sowell's defense; experts warn order could prompt appeal
PNC Bank moves to No. 3 in central Ohio market
Appellate judges question legality, fairness of Cleveland's traffic-enforcement camera law

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