Pension Fund Cuts; Changing Nuisance Laws

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Retired iron workers in Cleveland are about to take a big pension hit, some seeing payments cut by half or more. The Iron Workers Local 17 fund is the first in the nation to recieve approval by the Treasury Department to make the cuts. How will other multi-employer pension funds be impacted?  Plus, we'll visit with Cleveland Marshall law students whose efforts will benefit local victims of domestic abuse.

Guests: 

Steve Koff, Washington Bureau Chief, cleveland.com 
Mike Brickner, Senior Policy Director, American  Civil Liberties Union of Ohio  
Joe Mead, Assistant Professor, Cleveland State University  
Marissa Pappas, Student, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs ; Helped Change Law  
Calla Bonanno, Student, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 
Vanessa Hemminger, Student, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law  
 

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Retired Iron Workers in Cleveland First to See Pensions Cut

Feb. 2, 2017
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ACLU of Ohio Takes a Look at State's Nuisance Laws

Feb. 2, 2017
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CSU Students Work to Change Nuisance Law in Euclid

Feb. 2, 2017
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