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Cardinal Health CEO working to improve public educationleadership to support public education. Barrett co-chaired the Columbus Educat
Cardinal Health CEO working to improve public education
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
leadership to support public education. Barrett co-chaired the Columbus Education Commission at the request of then-Mayor Michael B. Coleman and he co-chairs an entity growing out of the commission’s work — FutureReady Columbus — with Mayor Andrew... Read more
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Former Dispatch publisher John F. Wolfe dies at 72cancer for two years. He was 72. “He always put community before personal inte
Former Dispatch publisher John F. Wolfe dies at 72
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 5 days ago
cancer for two years. He was 72. “He always put community before personal interests and community before politics,” said Michael B. Coleman, who left Columbus City Hall last year as the city’s longest-serving mayor. “He believed in Columbus... Read more
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CEO Q&A: Glass Axis leader says new address leads to new approachto the costly and dangerous art. Q: Why did Glass Axis choose Franklinton for
CEO Q&A: Glass Axis leader says new address leads to new approach
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 10 days ago
to the costly and dangerous art. Q: Why did Glass Axis choose Franklinton for its latest location? A: At the time, Mayor (Michael B.) Coleman was talking about the arts district of Franklinton, and we thought we’d be a good fit and a good... Read more
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Does Arizona ban still apply?sentencing of lobbyist John Raphael reminded me of something that many have for
Does Arizona ban still apply?
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 13 days ago
sentencing of lobbyist John Raphael reminded me of something that many have forgotten or refused to mention. Former Mayor Michael B. Coleman forbade any city travel or business with the state of Arizona in protest of its law, which made it easier... Read more
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Emails suggest officials' involvement in Redflex scandalno pay-to-play at City Hall. Others implicated by federal prosecutors in the Ra
Emails suggest officials' involvement in Redflex scandal
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 17 days ago
no pay-to-play at City Hall. Others implicated by federal prosecutors in the Raphael/Redflex scheme, such as former Mayor Michael B. Coleman and former council president Michael C. Mentel, have said the same. Ginther has said in previous... Read more
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Lobbyist John Raphael sentenced to 15 months in federal prisonpleaded guilty the extortion charge in October, saying that officials, includin
Lobbyist John Raphael sentenced to 15 months in federal prison
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
pleaded guilty the extortion charge in October, saying that officials, including Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, former Mayor Michael B. Coleman and former City Council President Michael C. Mentel did not know what he was doing. Federal court... Read more
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Judge 'deeply troubled by the flurry of voting-related legislation'began. “The scandal touches many of Columbus’ most prominent politicians, incl
Judge 'deeply troubled by the flurry of voting-related legislation'
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
began. “The scandal touches many of Columbus’ most prominent politicians, including Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, former Mayor Michael B. Coleman and former City Council President Michael C. Mentel,” Sullivan writes. “Raphael’s actions have resulted in... Read more
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Lobbyist John Raphael’s influence spread swiftlypay. The scandal touches many of Columbus’ most prominent politicians, includi
Lobbyist John Raphael’s influence spread swiftly
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
pay. The scandal touches many of Columbus’ most prominent politicians, including Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, former Mayor Michael B. Coleman and former City Council President Michael C. Mentel. “I certainly never saw this coming or imagined it... Read more
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Judge withdraws from sentencing lobbyist in corruption caseColumbus officials, including Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, former City Council Pres
Judge withdraws from sentencing lobbyist in corruption case
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 26 days ago
Columbus officials, including Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, former City Council President Michael C. Mentel and former Mayor Michael B. Coleman, to help them land and expand the the camera contract. Raphael later said that the conspiracy stopped... Read more

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