City Club of Cleveland

Mike DeWine
KAREN KASLER / STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, September 27:

  • Dioceses to release names of removed priests accused of sexual misconduct;
  • Police union shames DeWine on bullet proof vests;
  • Gonzalez open to debate for 16th congressional seat;
  • Former Flying J president sentenced to prison;

Dioceses to release names of removed priests accused of sexual misconduct

Photo of Second Chance Village
MARK AREHART / WKSU

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, September 18:

photo of Jon Pinney
CITY CLUB OF CLEVELAND / YOUTUBE

The man who helped bring the 2016 RNC to Cleveland is calling for new leaders to fix the city’s lagging economy. Jon Pinney, managing partner at the law firm of Kohrman, Jackson & Krantz, spoke at the City Club of Cleveland on Friday.

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KABIR BHATIA / WKSU

Over the next six months, representatives from media organizations, civic groups, and academia -- including WKSU -- will be putting together a commission to manage political debates in Ohio.

Dan Moulthrop is CEO of the City Club of Cleveland, which convened the group’s first meeting last week. He says some candidates are not always confident that debates will be fair, while some incumbents view them as a “no-win” proposition.

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WKSU

At a City Club of Cleveland speech Monday, Sen. Sherrod Brown called for a major public health campaign to combat opioid addiction. The Ohio Democrat pointed to anti-smoking programs as a model.

Brown said that, much like the campaign against tobacco, it could take years of sustained effort to beat opioid use.

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