Cleveland Politicos Continue to Wave Their Arms

Ohio card' played in NASA jobs fight, Cleveland Plain Dealer

"Ohio Democratic and Republican politicians cranked up the fight for NASA Glenn Research Center Monday, telling 200 business leaders that proposed budget cuts to the federal space lab jeopardize national security and the U.S. airline industry."

Contractors casualties of NASA Glenn fiscal woes, Crain's Cleveland Business

"NASA Glenn Research Center in Brook Park, running out of money to get through fiscal 2005, has slashed the value of previously awarded contracts in a move that has caused about 70 contract workers to lose their jobs."

Calling on the Prez, Crain's Cleveland Business

"The road to the White House went through Ohio not the moon or Mars. For that reason, a group of state and local politicians say the state should reap the rewards of helping President Bush win the White House."

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