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Trying to Make an Impact

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Starting out in this print business 10 years ago, I worked Christmas Day at The Cincinnati Enquirer. Besides the overtime pay, I enjoyed working major holidays because usually there was nothing to do. On this one day, I remember, I decided to pull the newsroom TVs out their cubbyholes to dust behind them.  

Considering 'Life Peace Zones'

Proposal to city council could restrict access to abortions and birth control in certain neighborhoods

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Cincinnati might soon be Ground Zero in an unconventional effort to potentially restrict access to abortions on a neighborhood-byneighborhood basis. A member of a Catholic order is lobbying city officials to change Cincinnati's zoning laws and allow the creation of 'life peace zones' aimed at prohibiting certain types of activities.  

Fountain Square and Parking Tickets

1 Comment · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
In 1871, Henry Probasco gave the city of Cincinnati the Genius of Water sculpture and fountain. Her home became Fountain Square, and the square has been the center of the Queen City ever since. Fountain Square has been renovated multiple times.  

Changing How City Votes

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Kevin Osborne did an excellent job in summing up why advocates for proportional representation are again advocating this change for Cincinnnati: We want a fairer reflection of the people on city council and for candidates who are the most preferred by the people to be elected ("City to Decide Voting Change," issue of Sept...  

We’re No. 9! We’re No. 9!

0 Comments · Thursday, September 11, 2008
All you need to know about what’s wrong with Cincinnati City Council elections is that every two years candidates try to finish ninth. If you can finish ninth in a citywide election here, you’re in charge.  

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