Posted Thursday, October 25, 2012
You've heard a lot about the major election issues. Thursday on The Sound of Ideas, we'll look at some lesser-known ballot issues: Bedford Heights residents will vote on whether to strip Jimmy Dimora's name from a public building and require future honorees to be deceased first. Brecksville and Newburgh Heights voters are asked to declare that corporations are not people. Really? And why do we still have to vote on Sunday alcohol sales at bars and stores? Thursday morning at 9:00
Community/Human Interest, Government/Politics, Elections, Transportation
David Hanson, PhD, Prof. Emeritus of Sociology, SUNY-Potsdam
Rose and Jack Petsche, founders, Brecksville Citizens for Transparent Government
Mayor Fletcher D. Berger, Bedford Heights
Gerald Phillips, attorney
Steve Pyles, Wellington village administrator
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