Monday, May 08, 2006

Ohio: NOT Open for Business

These numbers should not surprise any of you.

From The Columbus Dispatch:

In another sign of Ohio's economic malaise, a survey finds that none of the state's biggest cities is among the best places to do business.

Forbes magazine ranked the nation's 200 largest metropolitan areas in six major business-related categories, and Cincinnati's was the only Ohio region to finish in the top half at 81st. Youngstown was third-worst.

Most Ohio metro areas were in the bottom 50. Columbus came in at 108th.

Ted Strickland wants to talk about the economy and his plans? Please do. I want to hear about how he wants to tax, spend and regulate our way to prosperity. You know -- what Taft has been doing.

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