protect voters against Republican efforts to limit ballot access. She also criticized Husted for how he handled the 2012 election, which CityBeat covered
here. Husted responded by asking Turner to “dial down political rhetoric.”
private financing. The organization claims a public-private partnership is the only way to get the bridge built by 2018, rather than 2022. But critics are worried the partnership and private financing would lead to tolls.
threw outa Metropolitan Sewer District competitive bidding policy yesterday. The policy, which was originally passed by City Council, was called unfair and illegal by county commissioners due to apprenticeship requirements and rules that favor contractors within city limits. Councilman Chris Seelbach is now
pushing for compromisefor the rules.
will continue outpacing the national economy this year, says Julie Heath, director of the University of Cincinnati’s Economics Center.
among the best in the nation, according to new rankings from Healthgrades. The winners: Christ Hospital, Bethesda North Hospital and St. Elizabeth Healthcare-Edgewood.
may re-enter politicswith an attempt at City Council.
an F for anti-smoking policies. The organization said the state is doing a poor job by relying exclusively on federal money for its $3.3 million anti-tobacco program. The Centers for Disease Control says Ohio should be spending $145 million.
gearing upfor massive spending cuts currently set to kick in March. The cuts will likely affect Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
appear on Fox Newsas a regular contributor.
there’s now a hoodie and scarf for that.