What The State's Proposed Capital Bill Means For Cuyahoga County

The biennial capital bill making its way through the Ohio General Assembly will fund $2.6 billion worth of projects throughout the state and bring many millions of dollars to Cuyahoga County. Lawmakers are looking to pay for improvements to roads and public buildings, to support agencies on the front lines of the opioid epidemic and to help arts and cultural organizations. To learn more what’s in the bill the budget and what it means for Northeast Ohio, ideastream's Rick Jackson spoke with Alesha Washington, the Greater Cleveland Partnership's Vice President for Government Advocacy.


Alesha Washington - Greater Cleveland Partnership

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