U.S. Sherrod Brown had a telephone conference call today to talk about environmental issues. As usual, the senator took questions on a wide range of issues.
Thursday will be the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack on America.
The Libertarian Party's candidate for governor, Charlie Earl, ordered off the ballot by Ohio's Republican secretary of state, Jon Husted, has mounted a last ditch effort effort to participate in the fall election. He's filed a new lawsuit.
Jeff Rosenbaum, prominent in Cleveland as an organizer of counterculture and pagan events, has died.
Like many of you, I have been reading coverage of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo., and the resulting protests and discussions. Here are some thoughts and resources:
My article about Ottawa County sanitary engineer Kelly Frey's warnings back in March about algal bloom toxins in Lake Erie got good play in the newspaper and online, but not everybody was pleased.
Before going out of town for his latest vacation, President Barack Obama ordered air strikes in Iraq and told reporters that the U.S.
Americans like to imagine that government workers have it easy.
I suppose some of them do, but I don't think that applies to U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown's press staff. I'm beginning to wonder how they do so much work.
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