Monthly Archives: October 2013
Ohio’s clean energy standard is under attack– and veterans are fighting back.
The Huffington Post is rallying the troops to support Chicago’s Southeast side this week, while analysts are still trying to sort out the ramifications of this month’s government shut down. And while new studies are showing Ohio is lagging … Continue reading
This week, Ohio announced it will accept federal funds to expand Medicaid. What does expansion mean for America?
This week brought us more political squabbling but also temporary solutions as default debates and shutdown deals were made on the Hill. Our government reopened, and crisis was (sort of) averted. Joseph Stiglitz wrote a fascinating analysis of income inequality … Continue reading
The news this week isn’t all that uplifting: our elected officials are still in the midst of perhaps the largest hissy fit in history, Ohio policy makers are engaged in an ugly battle over energy standards that could affect the … Continue reading
Unless you’ve been actively avoiding the world- you probably have heard/noticed/been directly impacted by the US Government shutdown. Although our weekly round-up continues to include stories about community development that hit the news this week, and research and analysis regarding … Continue reading
Sequestration has been hurting the most vulnerable Americans for months. Now, a government shutdown makes matters worse.