By Tom Troy
In August, 1996, U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D., Toledo) cast a dark cloud over Bill Clinton’s whistle-stop re-election campaign visit to Toledo by denouncing the trade agreement he had signed into law, NAFTA, as a “crime.”
Twenty years later, Miss Kaptur stood on a Toledo…
By Jim Provance
COLUMBUS — Political, military and community leaders from across Ohio brainstormed Thursday on how to protect the military base jobs they already have, and how to aggressively market themselves for more.
The Ohio Air National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing, based at Toledo Express Airport,…
By Peter S. Goodman
The New York Times
ROTTERDAM, the Netherlands — For as long as ships have ventured across water, laborers like Patrick Duijzers have tied their fortunes to trade.
He is a longshoreman here at Europe’s largest port, and his black Jack Daniel’s T-shirt, hoop earrings and…
By Toledo Blade
Before Congress recesses for the election season, it has one very important piece of business to conduct — the funding of the recently passed Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act.
There should be no debate, no partisan bickering. Failure by congressmen to reach a deal to fund the…