A Democratic lawmaker in the Ohio House wants to require lobbyists to disclose their annual salaries as a way to bring another level of transparency to state government.
Bob Hagan from Youngstown said information seems to be missing behind campaign contributions and lobbying in the Statehouse. That’s why he's calling for new requirements for lobbyists to disclose their annual salaries.
By the year 2020 the water industry, including treatment, management and infrastructure, could be worth $1 trillion globally. Cincinnati, armed with experts, new technology, and a reputation as a worldwide water leader, is looking to cash in.
John Cranley and Roxanne Qualls, the two candidates for Cincinnati mayor, will meet in a community forum at noon next Thursday at Christ Church Cathedral downtown.
Organizers of the Community Issues Forum, a long-standing noontime tradition at Christ Church Cathedral, are not calling the joint appearance of the two Democrats a debate.
At the forum, each candidate will be given an allotted period of time to lay out his or her vision for the city and plans if he or she is elected mayor on Nov. 5. Then, the candidates will take questions from the audience.