Posted Monday, May 7, 2012
Ohio received a poor grade in a recent study looking at policies and practices guarding against public corruption. Does the "D" on the report card mean taxpayers are more likely to get their pockets picked? We'll meet the author of Ohio's State Integrity Audit, talk about why Ohio got such a poor grade and explore critics' claims that the report is too subjective. Join host Mike McIntyre Monday at 9 on 90.3.
Caitlin Ginley, Project Manager, Center for Public Integrity
Jon Craig, Ohio Reporter, State Integrity Investigation
Catherine Turcer, Chair, Voters First, and Former Director, Ohio Citizen Action
Rep. Rex Damschroder
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