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April 30, 2013

A public forum is scheduled for 6:30 tonight at Warren John F. Kennedy High School to launch the Northeast Ohio Sustainable Communities Consortium’s VibrantNEO, a 2040 regional plan....

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Apr-30-13 9:17 AM

The history of right-to-work studies has a clear trajectory. The more scholars are able to hold "all other things" equal, the more it becomes clear that these laws have little or no positive impact on a state's job growth. The most recent and most methodologically rigorous studies conclude that the policy has no statistically significant impact whatsoever. [Economic Policy Institute, 3/16/11]. The Economic Policy Institute’s studies of right-to-work laws have found “that there is no relationship between right-to-work laws and state unemployment rates, state per capita income, or state job growth."

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Apr-30-13 5:39 AM

The only thing the consortium needs to recommend is cutting the low cost healthcare and making the public employees pay for their pensions top save money. The area already has some of the highest taxes in this country and private businesses do not locate into such areas where union mentality exists. I keep hoping Governor John Kasich and the Republican legislature will turn Ohio into a "Right to Work" state to bring jobs back in droves to Ohio.

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