Bipartisan Index; Potential Browns Development Plans; Cavaliers Advance

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 As voters head to the polls, the contentious Ohio primary battle will come to a close.  Primaries by their nature are partisan exercises.   But those officeholders ultimately elected in November will go on to serve in a deeply partisan government.
A new study from Georgetown and a public policy group, however, proves bipartisanship is not dead. We'll discuss the Bipartisan Index and how Ohio lawmakers fare.  Later, the Browns float the idea of a development plan that could include a new stadium.   What would it mean for the lakefront and the stadium? And who will pay?  Finally, the Cavs power to yet another Eastern Conference finals. 


David Cohen, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Assistant Director, Ray C. Bliss Institute for Applied Politics, University of Akron  
Jay Branegan, Senior Fellow, The Lugar Center, Bipartisan Governance Project  
Michelle Jarboe, Business Reporter, The Cleveland Plain Dealer  
Kevin Kleps, Assistant Editor, Sports Business Reporter, Crain’s Cleveland Business  
Victor Matheson, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, College of the Holy Cross

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