Posted Friday, July 8, 2011
Do changes in Ohio’s election law make the voting process more secure, or do they put up unnecessary barriers to voting? Tomorrow on the Sound of Ideas, our roundtable analyzes the changes and how they might affect how you vote. Also, when you do vote, you might be asked whether you should be able to opt out of the federal health care plan enacted last year. And Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson said he may push to have some district schools converted to charters. These and other stories, along with your comments and questions. Join us Friday at 9 on 90.3.
M.L. Schultze, News Director, WKSU
Jo Ingles, Reporter, Statehouse News Bureau
Bill Cohen, Reporter, Statehouse News Bureau
Erick Trickey, Senior Editor, Cleveland Magazine
Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson says charter schools likely if they improve education
Foes of federal insurance mandate file fall-ballot petition
Cardinal Fastener and Specialty Co. files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protectionJane Scott, legendary Plain Dealer rock writer, dies at age 92
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