Greater Ohio Releases Public Policy Platform
The Greater Ohio Policy Center, an Ohio nonprofit nonpartisan advocacy research organization, has released its Public Policy Agenda for 2020, titled Building a Greater Ohio.
The organization, which is an Ohio nonprofit nonpartisan advocacy organization, has identified the four policy goals, including increasing investment in brownfields, innovating mobility and transportation, empowering Ohio’s legacy cities, and public engagement.
More information and copies of the Public Policy Agenda can be found at: https://www.greaterohio.org/2020-policy-platform
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