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Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor

Season 2020 Episode 10 | 26m 45s

This week ideastream reporters discuss the closing of the IX Center, the City of Cleveland re-vamping The Department of Health, and Secretary of State Frank LaRose's battle of extra ballot boxes. Plus we chat with the Chief Justice of The Ohio Supreme, Maureen O'Connor.

Aired: 09/17/20
Extras
Norfolk Southern has agreed in principle to pay $600 million in a class action lawsuit.
We will discuss the outcome of the Ohio primary and the rest of the week's news.
The three-way contest between Bernie Moreno, Matt Dolan and Frank LaRose is up for grabs.
The chair of the NTSB says controlled burn of chemicals in derailment was not needed.
The private college in South Euclid says it will end in-person instruction this spring.
Cleveland budget hearings zero in on public safety vacancies and officer recruitment.
Ex-execs Chuck Jones and Michael Dowling and former PUCO chair Sam Randazzo deny charges.
The city this week passed a policy overhaul referred to as “Renters First.”
The Ohio Senate voted to override vetoes on HB 68 and one involving flavored tobacco.
A bipartisan bill proposed in Columbus would create pilot programs to pay students.
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Norfolk Southern has agreed in principle to pay $600 million in a class action lawsuit.
We will discuss the outcome of the Ohio primary and the rest of the week's news.
The three-way contest between Bernie Moreno, Matt Dolan and Frank LaRose is up for grabs.
The chair of the NTSB says controlled burn of chemicals in derailment was not needed.
The private college in South Euclid says it will end in-person instruction this spring.
Cleveland budget hearings zero in on public safety vacancies and officer recruitment.
Ex-execs Chuck Jones and Michael Dowling and former PUCO chair Sam Randazzo deny charges.
The city this week passed a policy overhaul referred to as “Renters First.”
The Ohio Senate voted to override vetoes on HB 68 and one involving flavored tobacco.
A bipartisan bill proposed in Columbus would create pilot programs to pay students.