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Opposing Sides Lay Out Q Deal Arguments Before Ohio Supreme Court

Last week, lawyers for both Cleveland Law Director Barbara Langhenry and City Council Clerk Patricia Britt, as well as lawyers representing Cleveland taxpayers, filed briefs with the Ohio Supreme Court in a case which could determine the outcome of the Quicken Loans Arena renovation deal.
(You can read all the court filings here.)
At issue is whether or not Pat Britt must be compelled to verify more than 20,000 petition signatures that her office received in May. The petitions, circulated by Greater Cleveland Congregations and other groups opposed to the Q deal, sought a referendum on city ordinance 305-17.…

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