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Whom Do You Trust to Write the Laws?

The Sound of Ideas
Wednesday, December 6, 2006 at 9:00 am
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Here's the question: when it comes to your neighborhood, your home town, who do you trust to write the laws: your city council or your state legislature? The recent overturning of Cleveland's predatory lending law appears to threaten the power of local governments. So whether it's residency, red light cameras, or lending laws, whose voice should take precedence? And what does the state constitution actually tell us about home rule? Answers Wednesday morning on The Sound of Ideas.

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Ohio Constitution - Jonathan Entin, Case Westerrn Reserve University law professor; Robert Triozzi, Cleveland law director. Rhodes Scholar - Shaan Gandhi, senior, Case Western Reserve University

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