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Judge Strikes Down Ohio’s Law Banning Campaign Lies

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 17, 2014
A Cincinnati federal judge struck down an Ohio election law that bans lies in political campaigns by candidates or independent organizations.    

Foundation Floats Special Tax District Proposal to Fund Streetcar

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 17, 2014
As city leaders look to find ways to plug a $4 million annual funding gap for the operation of Cincinnati’s streetcar, a major backer of the transit project has proposed a way to raise a good deal of the needed money.   

Worst Week Ever!: Sept. 10-16

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Al Franken was pretty funny back in the day — his Stuart Smalley character always kept you hoping for the day when he’d get high before talking to himself in the mirror and realize that he was never good enough and everybody hated him.  

Last Stand at The Banks

The only minority-owned business in Cincinnati’s prized riverfront development is on its way out

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 10, 2014
The long, often difficult saga of the only black-owned business at The Banks appears to be coming to an end. Mahogany’s owner Liz Rogers announced Sept. 9 that the upscale Southern restaurant will move from the city’s prized riverfront development.  

Cincinnati vs. The World 09.10.2014

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 10, 2014
A Catholic, all-girls high school in suburban Detroit fired a gay chemistry teacher after she announced she was pregnant in August.  

Family of John Crawford III Asks DOJ to Investigate Shooting

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 10, 2014
The family of John Crawford III have asked the Justice Department for a federal investigation into the 22-year-old Fairfield man’s police shooting death in a Beavercreek Walmart Aug. 5.   

Media Musings From Cincinnati and Beyond

0 Comments · Thursday, September 4, 2014
The killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown moved news media to recall similar lethal encounters between cops and unarmed black youths and men.   

Surrounded by Skyscrapers

Western & Southern wants its neighborhood back from the nonprofit that was there first

6 Comments · Wednesday, August 15, 2012
The Anna Louise Inn has been helping women in the Lytle Park neighborhood since 1909. Western & Southern thinks that’s long enough.   

Losing Democracy

Redistricting helped the GOP win the House, and it almost caused the fiscal cliff

0 Comments · Thursday, January 3, 2013
Over the past few weeks, the political drama in Washington, D.C., has circulated around the “fiscal cliff,” a series of tax hikes and spending cuts set to kick in for 2013. On Jan. 1, U.S. Congress narrowly avoided the fiscal cliff. But the close call left some wondering: Could it have been more easily prevented, particularly through redistricting reform?   

Cincinnati vs. the World 11.20.2013

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 20, 2013
White supremacist Craig Cobb, the same dude that wanted to turn a North Dakota town into an all-white enclave, found out on national television that he’s 15 percent black. WORLD +2    

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