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on the beat

0 Comments · Thursday, June 24, 1999
Targeting Discriminatory Tickets Most people occasionally violate traffic laws. They might drive slightly faster than the speed limit, forget to signal once in a while or fail to replace a tailli  

Prisons for Profit

0 Comments · Thursday, May 27, 1999
Since the late 1800s when public outcry was raised against the mistreatment of prison laborers by private companies, the confinement and rehabilitation of inmates has remained under the watchful eye  

Inventory Taxes Targeted

0 Comments · Thursday, April 29, 1999
Signs with brightly colored,5-foot tall letters plastered across storefronts and crazed spokesmen on television who scream it out: "Inventory Reduction Sale, Buy Now." In Ohio, these sales are not m  

A Harder Line for HMOs?

0 Comments · Thursday, March 25, 1999
Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) hold an enviable legal status: A 1974 federal law shields them from most lawsuits. Ironically, Congress intended this law, the Employee Retirement Income Secu  

Proponents of Increasing Mental Health Coverage Regroup

0 Comments · Thursday, February 25, 1999
A proposed amendment to the Health Insurance Reform Act would have required health plans to provide mental health benefits comparable in cost and service limits to those provided for physical illnes  

Rewards for Residential Electric Customers?

0 Comments · Thursday, February 11, 1999
Sen. Bruce Johnson, R-Columbus, has projected that electric deregulation will save Ohioans 10 to 30 percent on their electric bills. Citizens for a Sound Economy, a government spending and policy wa