Credit Score Crackdown; Renewable Energy Standards

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What's in a number? If that number is your credit score, maybe less than you think. Regulators are cracking down and handing out big fines to two of the big three credit agencies. Regulators say the agenices misrepresented to consumers the usefulness of the scores which consumers used to evaluate their own credit standing. Then, Governor Kasich has moved to re-implement renewable energy standards in the state. What does that mean for the environment or jobs? Plus, the Cleveland Clinic performs groundbreaking surgery to help stroke patients.



Annual Credit Report site or call 877-322-8228

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Teresa Dixon Murray, Business Reporter, The Plain Dealer 
Sheryl Harris, Director, Cuyahoga County Dept. of Consumer Affairs  
John Funk, Business Reporter, The Plain Dealer  
Jennifer Miller, Director, Sierra Club Ohio Chapter  
Greg Lawson, Senior Policy Analyst, Buckeye Institute

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