Stage set for fascinating and significant intellectual property rights war.
Reader reaction varied, from “I never thought the editors of The Blade had that much guts. Congratulations,” to the anonymous letter writer who said we were showing a side of life “worse than Sodom and Gomorrah.”
Voters were facing what was clearly one of the most crucial mayoral elections in the city’s history.
Governor Snyder has long been a fan of privatizing services, even after the fiasco with the prison food system, and their fears mushroomed after an early draft of the governor’s fiscal 2017 budget surfaced.
Projections show state falling to 48th place by 2030 if nothing improves.
Newspapers aren’t in the business of covering up reality.
Two state representatives have introduced a bill that would allow doctors to prescribe medication to allow the terminally ill to end their lives.
This year, such races may draw much more interest for two big reasons.
So … whatever happened to the new bridge that is supposed to be rising across the Detroit River?
There is no indication that Trump thrilled all of Toledo; in fact, most Lucas County voters choose Democrats even in years when Republicans win easily.