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The streets of downtown Columbus, here at Broad and High, are empty as all non-essential businesses in the state are closed on March 25, 2020.
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A new study found Columbus relies more heavily on income tax revenue than almost any other city in America. That could mean it’s among the first to experience economic strain due to COVID-19.

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A new report by the Brookings Institution shows signs of a slowdown in the auto industry that will likely resound throughout the manufacturing economy. And Northeast Ohio is identified as among the areas that will be hurt.

The Future of U.S. Political Parties

Apr 6, 2010

The future of U.S. political parties and the two-party system, with University of Michigan political science professor Lisa Disch and Brookings Institute Governance Studies senior fellow and Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne, Jr.

Haiti's Long-Term Re-development

Jan 19, 2010

In the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti, a look at plans for long-term re-development, with The Ohio State University Haiti Empowerment project director Terri Bucci, former U.S. Senator Michael DeWine and Brookings Institute senior fellow Elizabeth Ferris.