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51 record(s) found for Talking Points.
21. Stress Test
Cleveland’s school levy is big, but overdue. Business and labor, left and right, have united around unprecedented reforms. Will taxpayers join in?
Issue: November 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Erick Trickey

22. Port Nowhere
The Port Authority doesn’t deserve a tax increase. It deserves to be dissolved.
Issue: October 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

23. Standing for Peace
Amid the power and spectacle of Cleveland's Air Show, we are reminded of the terrible realities of war.
Issue: September 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Philip Metres

24. Home Stand
An innovative program could end chronic homelessness in Cleveland by 2020 — with the community's help.
Issue: August 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Dan Moulthrop

25. What Are the Odds?
The new Horseshoe Casino is doubling down on Cleveland's long, notorious and clandestine gambling history.
Issue: July 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

26. Playing Ball
The Billy Beane of local government is changing the game. All he needs is someone to trade with.
Issue: June 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Dan Mouthrop

27. The Enemy is Us
The Jimmy Dimora verdict indicted us all for our indifference and irresponsibility.
Issue: May 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

28. Identity Crisis
Cleveland's alter ego as Superman's birthplace is hiding in plain sight. It's time to build a superhero museum and embrace our dork side.
Issue: April 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: John Hitch

29. Office Politics
John T. Corrigan wasn’t perfect, but he would’ve raged at his successors’ failure to stop corruption. Voters should demand more from the candidates on March 6.
Issue: March 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

30. Change for 100?
Other cities' public markets have become tourist attractions. But in the West Side Market's centennial year, we should celebrate and preserve its authenticity.
Issue: February 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Stuart Warner

31. Fast Eddie
Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald got the new government off to a quick start. Now he must negotiate a minefield of issues that could make or break his career.
Issue: January 2012
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

32. Write or Wrong
A friend and former editor tells the inside story of Connie Schultz’s resignation from The Plain Dealer.
Issue: December 2011
Category: Talking Points
Author: Stuart Warner

33. Last Call
For 40 years, The Table held court downtown, bustling with celebrity, city lore and camaraderie.
Issue: November 2011
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

34. Path to Nowhere
The Towpath should be our region's greatest asset after the lake. But that depends on getting its last links finished — and soon.
Issue: October 2011
Category: Talking Points
Author: Stuart Warner

35. Buck Shot
As deer fill up backyards and roadsides, Northeast Ohio once again wrestles with a dilemma: to shoot or not to shoot.
Issue: September 2011
Category: Talking Points
Author: Marsha McGregor

36. You Got Trouble
Casinos are instruments of the devil, trouble with a capital T — according to all I've heard and read.
Issue: August 2011
Category: Talking Points
Author: Stuart Warner

37. The Fading City
Cleveland is shrinking fast. The city faces a bitter future because its political leaders failed to grasp a piece of it.
Issue: July 2011
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

38. Lesson Plan
Teachers hate Ohio's Senate Bill 5. But it gives them a chance to help define what good teaching is and reward it.
Issue: June 2011
Category: Talking Points
Author: Dan Moulthrop

39. Lame Plan
Designing a downtown that works isn't as easy as it looks on CityVille. As Cleveland embarks on its $1 billion building boom, are we about to repeat our century of mistakes?
Issue: May 2011
Category: Talking Points
Author: Michael D. Roberts

40. I Can’t Quit LeBron
It might be normal for Clevelanders to hate him, but I'd rather cheer for somebody.
Issue: April 2011
Category: Talking Points
Author: Stuart Warner

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