I moved away from Toledo more than three years ago to be near family and a new job in Las Vegas. I occasionally read the obituaries in The Blade, as I lived in Toledo for 45 years. Some things never change in Toledo — like city
The school choice model has gained traction in Ohio and also nationally. Interestingly however, in the higher education arena, school choice advocates, including Governor Kasich, have been relatively silent.
Another case of partisan politics holding back regulatory enforcement.
When you are standing next to a parked car with the keys in your hand, you have time to decide if you will break the law.
College graduates who got through school on them are likely to be surprised that ramen noodles are currently described as “gold” by many prison inmates.
American Heart Association has said that exercise alone isn’t even good enough.
Two state representatives have introduced a bill that would allow doctors to prescribe medication to allow the terminally ill to end their lives.
Major news media shows lack of backbone.
“Selling coolness” or any other brand idea won’t work until we believe in and live our story first.
The city will need to focus on inspections, enforcement, and medical testing to ensure success of the new law.