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Starting Early

After some deal-making, CPS and Preschool Promise will ask voters to fund universal preschool

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 25, 2016
If voters approve, the Queen City could be the first to try an ambitious effort to alleviate some of the earliest obstacles that poverty creates and lift up the next generation.  

Court Temporarily Blocks Planned Parenthood Cuts

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 25, 2016
A federal circuit court May 23 temporarily blocked an Ohio law that would strip Planned Parenthood of about $1.4 million in state and federal funds.    

City Budget Proposal Includes New Marina, Human Services Cuts

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 25, 2016
City Manager Harry Black on May 19 presented his vision for Cincinnati’s fiscal year 2017 spending blueprint — a $1.2 billion budget he touts as structurally balanced.   

Who’s on Board?

Upcoming Dennison Hotel demolition vote highlights the importance of city board appointments

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 18, 2016
The contested fate of a historic building downtown is in the hands of an appointed seven-member board — and that makes preservationists nervous.    

Council Approves Alternate ID Cards

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Cincinnati City Council passed a resolution May 11 recognizing coming alternate photo ID cards supplied by a group of social service organizations for the homeless, undocumented immigrants, those recently returning from incarceration and others who face challenges getting standard state IDs.   

Planned Parenthood Sues Ohio Over Defunding

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Planned Parenthood on May 11 filed a lawsuit over an Ohio state law that stands to strip the organization of its federal funding to provide services like HIV and cancer screenings, domestic violence education and sex education for kids in the foster care and judicial system.   

Divesting Debate

Activists call on UC to freeze investments in fossil fuel, but the school’s industry ties complicate the situation

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
The minefields that could lie before schools looking to divest reveal the influence industries and their funding sources can wield in higher education.   

Kasich Out of GOP Primary, Leaving Trump Presumptive Nominee

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
After U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz departed the GOP presidential primary following Donald Trump’s big win May 3 in Indiana, Ohio Gov. John Kasich was, for a moment, Trump’s sole challenger in one of the strangest primaries in memory.   

Courting Controversy

As the city mulls selling public land in OTR to a private developer, familiar tensions arise

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 27, 2016
For 11-year-old Santinez Payne, the grassy lots and basketball courts behind his apartment building in northern Over-the-Rhine are among the most important places in the city. But the area means different things to different people.  

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