Study Finds Immigration Key To Reinventing Region; Tower City Plans; Statehouse

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For legacy cities like Cleveland the future relies on the ability to reinvent ourselves to take advantage of new economic realities.  Now research from a bi-partisan coalition of civic and political leaders finds that the path forward involves embracing and welcoming the best and the brightest from around the world here to Northeast Ohio to help fuel new jobs and opportunities. Then, over the last few years key parts of downtown real estate has changed hands and developers have plans for those sites.     Plus the latest from the Statehouse in Columbus.


Joe Cimperman, President, Global Cleveland  
Dr. Nizar Zein, MD, Medical Director, Global Patient Services, Cleveland Clinic  
Kate Brick, Director of State and Local Initiatives, New American Economy  
Marty McGann, Senior Vice President, Advocacy, Greater Cleveland Partnership  
Michelle Jarboe, Business Reporter, The Cleveland Plain Dealer  
Karen Kasler, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau Chief  

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