|News - News Blog|
|Tuesday, 23 March 2010 08:35|
Here's a look at some of the stories we're covering today:
Tea Party aims to block health care bill in Ohio A group of conservative Tea Party activists led by the Ohio Liberty Council plan to distribute petitions to get a constitutional amendment on the ballot that would block President Obama's health care initiative from taking effect. They'll need to collect 402,275 valid signatures by June 30 in order to get their amendment on the ballot.
Danny Glover in Cleveland He's here to show support for workers at the Hugo Boss plant in Brooklyn. He'll visit with workers at the plant today. Glover previously called for a boycott of Hugo Boss on the red carpet of the Oscars to protest the company's planned closure of the Brooklyn plant, which will leave 375 people out of work.
Sowell records were public That's according to assistant prosecutor Richard Bombik, who says that the psychiatric records of accused serial killer Anthony Sowell were submitted as evidence and that the public should know about it. Judge Shirley Strickland Saffold had threatened to arrest a Plain Dealer reporter who did a story about the report, but backed off after she found out that another judge had released the information.
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