When the Wall Street Journal has an entry titled, “What’s Going on With Marc Dann? Here’s What We Know,” you know it can’t be good. The most disturbing line: “Another staffer at the AG’s office says concern is building in the office that lawyers working for Mr. Dann could defect if he stays much longer.”
I just know my bloggy buddy John Michael Spinelli is having too much fun with his headlines at ePluribus Media: “Dann Death Delayed.” His piece is also an excellent round-up of all the gyrations of today (figurative, figurative, sillies).
The Associated Press has its take, and it’s got most of the bits that were in this afternoon’s local stories.
How are the locals feeling?
The morning started out with new e-mails being revealed by the media.
But by this evening, the Dayton Daily News is reporting on Ohio Governor Ted Strickland signing into law the bill that allows the Inspector General to conduct an investigation into the AG’s office and report back to the Ohio legislature.
Buckeye State Blog wants unconditional surrender.
Glass City Jungle on the bipolar nature of the day (my word, not Lisa Renee’s).
Mansfield News Journal this evening
WKYC offers specifics on the impeachment moves today
Ohio Daily Blog wrote about recall prospects but that was before all the impeachment and resign/not resigning news
And the Plain Dealer had this God-awful editorial. I swear, most of the papers’ editorial boards sound so out of touch with Ohioans, I just do not get it. I know they talk to us. Where is their sense?
And, in case you missed my earlier post about the Ohio Civil Rights Commission and sexual harassment, here’s a quick overview of employment law in Ohio.
More good primers:
The FBI may investigate, and we learn that Dann withheld information from his closest aides about recusing himself from a situation related to that possible inquiry.