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  1. Where do you stand on implementing a mobile needle exchange program in Cincinnati?

    A mobile program would allow residents to exchange needles, take advantage of Hepatitis C, HIV and pregnancy testing, and participate in drug addiction educa...

    maryam Kevin Flynn
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  2. In what part of Cincinnati should General Electric's Operation Center to reside?

    By 2017, General Electric Co. will bring 1,400 jobs to Greater Cincinnati for a new U.S. Global Operations Center. A location has not yet been selected.

    maryam Amy Murray
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  3. Do you support the bill to increase OH's minimum wage?

    The Harkin-Miller bill seeks an increase to $10.10 an hour. Ohio's minimum wage is currently $7.95 an hour.

    maryam Chris Seelbach
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  4. What has been the biggest challenge in gaining support for the bill to increase OH's minimum wage?

    You're a proponent of the Harkin-Miller bill, which seeks an increase to $10.10 an hour. Ohio's minimum wage is currently $7.95 an hour, higher than the fede...

    maryam P.G. Sittenfield
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  5. How would requested TIGER transportation funds be used to support bike-friendly transport?

    The City Council is asking for a $1.6 million from the federal TIGER program, which funds all modes of transportation. If awarded, the funds would be allocat...

    maryam Christopher Smitherman
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  7. Where do you stand on implementing a mobile needle exchange program in Cincinnati?

    A mobile program would allow residents to exchange needles, take advantage of Hepatitis C, HIV and pregnancy testing, and participate in drug addiction educa...

    maryam Wendell Young
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  8. How successful have Cincinnati's community learning centers proved to be?

    Cincinnati’s community learning centers were bolstered in the early 2000s as Cincinnati Public Schools embarked on a $1 billion, 10-year facilities master pl...

    maryam John Cranley
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  9. How would requested TIGER transportation funds be used to support bike-friendly transport?

    The City Council is asking for a $1.6 million from the federal TIGER program, which funds all modes of transportation. If awarded, the funds would be allocat...

    maryam John Cranley
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  10. Will you help bring competitive fiber-optic networks to the city of Cincinnati?

    The FCC's proposal allows internet service providers to charge companies for preferential treatment and erodes the vision of a neutral & equitable internet. ...

    Holmes John Cranley
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