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Posted March 12, 2002 in Press Releases
The Hannah Report
A state-by-state unemployment insurance report card released Tuesday gives Ohio's system a failing grade.
Failing the Unemployed, produced nationally by the Economic Policy Institute, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and the National Employment Law... read more
Posted February 13, 2002 in Press Releases
by Mark Walsh
When the U.S. Supreme Court takes up the topic of Cleveland'sschool vouchers next week in a case destined for landmarkstatus, the central issue will be the constitutionality of includingreligious schools in a... read more
Posted February 10, 2002 in Press Releases
New York Times
by Jacques Steinberg
CLEVELAND read more
Posted January 13, 2002 in Press Releases
by Alison Grant
The biomedical industry poses tantalizing possibilities for job expansion but is overemphasized as an engine for economic growth in Northeast Ohio.
So concludes a local study that points to numbers showing that biotechnology... read more
Posted November 14, 2001 in Press Releases
Cincinnati City Beat
The city of Cincinnati's characterization on the national stage as one of America's most "livable" cities was undeniably challenged in the aftermath of the urban uprising this past April.
Full Article read more
Posted September 27, 2001 in Press Releases
Study indicates system needs to change eligibility requirementsby Jennine Zeleznik
Dayton Daily News
COLUMBUS | About one out of three unemployed Ohioans received benefits last year because of tough requirements that disqualify many potential applicants, a study... read more
Posted September 26, 2001 in Press Releases
by Catherine Candisky
It seldom pays to be out of work in Ohio.
Fewer unemployed people receive benefits in this state than in most others because Ohio has some of the strictest eligibility standards in the... read more
Posted September 19, 2001 in Press Releases
by Lisa Fine
One out of three students who received aid for private school tuition through the Cleveland voucher program had already been enrolled in a private school before receiving the publicly funded benefits, concludes... read more