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Long Wait

Cincinnati’s lagging transit system presents barriers for both low-income residents and economic development

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Many Cincinnati residents who depend on Metro for transportation endure long routes that don’t go where most of the jobs and other necessities in the city are located.   

City Manager: Isaac Only Candidate for Police Chief

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 18, 2015
City Manager Harry Black on Nov. 13 announced his recommendation of Interim Police Chief Eliot Isaac to be Cincinnati’s next police chief.   

Cranley Asks Feds Not to Send Syrian Refugees to Cincinnati

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Following attacks in Egypt, Beirut and Paris that killed hundreds, the United States should place a moratorium on Syrian refugees, Mayor John Cranley said in a Nov. 16 statement.   

More Than a Game

Freedom Center digs deep into controversy over Native-American-themed mascots, recalling local fights over the symbols

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 11, 2015
A panel hosted by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Nov. 7 sought to bring to light the deep hurt and offense felt by the Native American community through the use of stereotypical mascots in team sports.   

Immigration Task Force Announces Recommendations

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Mayor John Cranley and the Task Force on Immigration he convened last year announced a series of recommendations on Oct. 28 aimed at making Cincinnati the most welcoming city in the country for immigrants.   

Messages Against Activists on UC Campus Social Media Imply Lynching

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Racist messages, including at least one appearing to threaten lynching for black student activists at the University of Cincinnati, have recently begun appearing on social media site Yik Yak in response to calls to increase diversity on UC’s flagship campus.   

Geographies of Need

Gov. John Kasich’s food stamp policy again bypasses Ohio’s urban areas in favor of rural counties

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Seteria Carter has been battling cancer for four years. She is one of more than 125,000 people in Hamilton County who receive SNAP benefits. But there are others in the county — and in urban areas across the state — who need them and don’t get them.   

Political Spending, Park Board Bonuses Spur Further Debate on Parks Charter Amendment

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Debate over Mayor John Cranley’s proposed permanent tax increase to fund park projects has gotten more contentious as revelations about questionable spending by the Cincinnati Park Board came to light last week.   

Council Mulls Anti-Panhandling Ordinance

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Cincinnati City Council could soon vote on a new ordinance that would prohibit panhandling near the city’s schools.   

Defunding at all Costs

State lawmakers join the pile-on against Planned Parenthood

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Weeks after a federal court order kept two women’s clinics in southwestern Ohio from shutting down, the state’s biggest provider of those services faces a new challenge — a proposed law that prohibits it from receiving federal funds for health screenings and other non-family-planning-related services.  

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