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Why are gaming revenues so far below what was promised?

April 1, 2015 Back in 2009, the developers proposing to build casinos in four Ohio cities promised Ohio voters more than $500 million per year for schools and local governments. more »»

Career tech education critical to Ohio’s future

March 26, 2015 Ohio’s continuing economic improvement has revealed a very apparent and disturbing flaw in our state’s workforce — the increasing gap in available jobs and the skilled workers companies need to fill... more »»

Invest in manufacturing to grow Ohio’s middle class

March 26, 2015 We know manufacturing jobs are a ticket to the middle class. more »»

Terrorists’ use of social media is overhyped

March 25, 2015 Experts tell us we simply must win the social media battle against Islamic State terrorists. more »»

Protect yourself from ID theft this tax season

March 24, 2015 With just one month until federal taxes are due, Ohio taxpayers need to be aware of the threat of identity theft. more »»

Sunshine Laws ensure government transparency

March 18, 2015 Government functions best for the people it serves when it operates openly. Ohio’s Sunshine Laws enable citizens to see how their government works. more »»

Why not college and university ratings for PC idiocy?

March 15, 2015 College students often do very stupid things. Remember “streaking”? But sometimes idiocy on campus goes beyond stunts. more »»

Some corporations allow you to ‘B’ a social entrepreneur

March 11, 2015 A new type of entrepreneurial venture is becoming popular in the United States and other countries. Social entrepreneurism is a hybrid between for-profit businesses and not-for-profit social agencies. more »»

Ensure testing does not subtract from learning

March 10, 2015 In too many school districts, parents and teachers feel overwhelmed by the amount of student testing that is going on in our classrooms. more »»

Some corporations allow you to ‘B’ a social entrepreneur

March 10, 2015 A new type of entrepreneurial venture is becoming popular in the United States and other countries. Social entrepreneurism is a hybrid between for-profit businesses and not-for-profit social agencies. more »»

Moving Ohio Forward helps neighborhoods heal

March 9, 2015 The foreclosure crisis left a trail of abandoned and deteriorating properties across towns and communities in our state. more »»

Keep helping workers hit by unfair trade deals

March 3, 2015 Trade agreements have wreaked havoc on Ohio’s economy over the past several decades, undermining Ohio’s manufacturing sector and making it easier for corporations to ship our jobs overseas. more »»

Fifty years ago today, Tiffin lost ‘The Fox’

February 27, 2015 Feb. 27, 1965, Tiffin lost one of its leading citizens when Heidelberg College’s then-vice president for development, Paul Hoernemann, died unexpectedly during an alumni dinner in Strongsvill. more »»

Act would create American jobs by addressing trade cheats

February 24, 2015 There isn’t much Democrats and Republicans can agree on these days, but one idea is uniting senators on both sides of the aisle. more »»

Seeking common ground as a way to resolve divisive issues

February 24, 2015 I love Robert Frost’s poetry, his simple, profound language which touches our human experience. more »»

DHS shutdown would threaten fire departments

February 19, 2015 The last thing Ohioans want is another shutdown that puts our safety at risk — but that’s exactly where we are headed if extreme factions of Congress don’t put partisanship aside and avert a shutdow... more »»

DeWine lists ways to watch for tax identity theft

February 17, 2015 Several national companies such as Blue Cross-Blue Shield Anthem, Target and Home Depot have suffered recent and widely publicized data breaches that underscore the vulnerability of identity... more »»

Arguments for preserving square, East Tower

February 17, 2015 Let’s have a sober and calm discussion as to the relative merits of the two different proposals for a community justice center. I think there are several separate questions we need to consider. more »»

Secular societies fare better than religious societies; so says Zuckerman

February 15, 2015 Paul Zuckerman, in Psychology Today, made the statement, “It is said over and over again by religious conservatives: Without faith in God, society will fall apart — things will get ugly. more »»

Biomedical research can create jobs, save lives

February 10, 2015 Medical research not only creates jobs — it saves lives. But critical research — on cancer prevention, on new prescription drugs and on cures for deadly diseases — often is left unfunded. more »»

 
 
 

 

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