GOP Outreach, Cuyahoga County Disparity Study, Taxes

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The run for the White House will come down to a few key states and it's no secret that one of those states will be Ohio. Republicans, who will choose their nominee in Cleveland in July, say a GOP return to the White House could hinge on Ohio. And a GOP win in Ohio might hinge on a few more votes from minorities, a demographic that usually swings Democrat.

We'll look at the rationale behind a new push by Cuyahoga County to award more business to companies owned by women and minorities. A new study reveals that these fims got a paltry share of public contracts.

Finally, thoughts from the Tax foundation on Ohio's tax system. In a word: Taxing.


Nick Castele, Ideastream Reporter  
Dr. Jason Johnson, Professor of Political Science at Hiram College,  Politics Editor at the  Robert Triozzi, Cuyahoga County Law Director 
Pernel Jones Jr., Cuyahoga County Council Member 
Eddie Taylor Jr., President, Taylor Oswald and Co-chair of the GCP Commission on Economic Inclusion 
Scott Drenkard, Director of State Projects, Tax Foundation   

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