CLEVELAND, Ohio — The state Constitution requires the Ohio Redistricting Commission to release a proposed congressional redistricting map today.
It apparently is not going to happen, despite what the Constitution says. House Speaker Bob Cupp, a Lima Republican, said during a commission hearing that a map is in the works but is “unlikely” to be introduced today. Every day the commission delays, it reduces the time for the public to review and comment on proposed maps. In Cleveland, Sherwin-Williams unveiled the latest plans for its glitzy new downtown headquarters. And at Hopkins Airport, the long-delayed $3.5 million Ground Transportation Center finally opened.
Hear cleveland.com editor Christopher Quinn discuss these stories and more in The Wake Up podcast.
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