by Danny Cross
The Ohio Supreme Court
late last week dismissed a legal challenge by the Campaign to Protect
Marriage, which had filed a motion challenging the attorney general’s
authority to verify a proposed constitutional amendment that would
allow same-sex marriage. The Freedom to Marry coalition is collecting
the necessary signatures to put a repeal of the state’s 2004
amendment that only recognizes marriage as between a man and a woman
on the ballot in 2013.
City Councilman Wendell
Young says there’s nothing secret about a plan to combine the
region’s water and sewer agencies even though most people assumed
to be needed for approval know little about it. The Enquirer today
detailed a plan to integrate the Metropolitan Sewer District,
Stormwater Management Utility and Greater Cincinnati Water Works,
potentially by September, in an attempt to save money. The plan will
reportedly be shared with Council June 20.
campaign plans to go after the stimulus, while Dems want to know why
he won’t renounce questions about Obama’s citizenship (maybe
because they came from Donald Trump?).
Seems like the John
Edwards trial is never going to end. Day seven of deliberations begins today.
The U.S. could be one
of the countries to benefit from the growth of natural gas use during
the next 20 years, potentially reducing the importance of Middle East
might help protect against skin cancer. Bring on the nonsteroidal
anti-inflammatory painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen!
There was a
face-chewing attack in Miami over the weekend. And the chewer was
Google Chrome was the
world’s top browser in May. Thought you knew.
If commercial space
flights are going to be basting up onto the moon, NASA says they’ll
have to stay off the spots where historical things happened.