Between the Lines: Vanishing Innerbelt funding

11:38 AM, Jan 22, 2012   |    comments
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Today's topics are bridge funding, job training and latest Ohio polling.

The biggest infrastructure project in Ohio only has money to finish half of it.

The state says there won't be funding for the second of two bridges meant to replace the Innerbelt Bridge until 2023.

How did this happen? Is the state using this to seek support for a possible leasing of the turnpike that could provide revenue?

Governor John Kasich has made workforce training a 2012 priority. How will he organize a crazy-quilt of programs in place now? What role will community colleges play?

New Quinnipiac polling numbers show Romney leading among Ohio Republicans and President Obama defeating Romney head-to-head.

What do the findings mean?

And Ohio's Inspector General is getting criticism for helping Republicans raise money. Does that compromise his independence and integrity?

Tom Beres discusses these issues with Cuyahoga County Democratic Party Co-Chairman Blaine Griffin and Plain Dealer conservative columnist Kevin O'Brien on this edition of Between the Lines.

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