Posted Friday, July 6, 2012
Could you do a better job creating Ohio's legislative districts than the candidates we've elected to represent them? Some folks believe they can, and now have the signatures that could change the process. On the Reporters’ Roundtable, we'll examine the efforts of one group, determined to take back power from the politicians. We'll discuss why a military cutback could cost hundreds of Buckeye jobs, and hear about area suburbs demanding bigger rebates from the sewer district. Join host Rick Jackson Friday morning at nine.
Bill Cohen, Reporter, Statehouse News Bureau
Jo Ingles, Reporter, Statehouse News Bureau
M.L. Schultze, News Director, WKSU
Erick Trickey, Senior Editor, Cleveland Magazine
Citizen map drawing proposal expected to be on the ballot in November, The Plain Dealer
Ohio tank plant caught in middle of fight between Congress, White House over military funding, The Washington Post
Greater Cleveland communities to share $6 million from storm-water fee, The Plain Dealer
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