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Frank e. Quirk honored with St. Thomas More Award

Ask Brouse McDowell attorney Frank E. Quirk how he managed to carve out a path to success in both his professional and personal life and he’ll say it was luck.
“We all have junctions in life where we are forced to make choices,” said Quirk. “Looking back now I can say that I was very lucky how mine turned ... (full story)


Ohio rules for medical pot growers bring access questions

Ohio rules for medical pot growers bring access questions

COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio has built it, but will they come?
Prospective medical marijuana cultivators now know what Ohio rules for getting growers' licenses looks like. They were finalized last week and application forms were released last Friday.
Ohio's medical marijuana law allows people with 21 medical conditions, includin ... (full story)


Frank E. quirk honored with St. Thomas More Award

Ask Brouse McDowell attorney Frank E. Quirk how he managed to carve out a path to success in both his professional and personal life and he’ll say it was luck.
“We all have junctions in life where we are forced to make choices,” said Quirk. “Looking back now I can say that I was very lucky how mine ... (full story)


The news can make you crazy

As a podcast fanatic, I naturally binge-listened S-Town, the latest sensation produced the seven-part series put out by Serial/This American Life team.
I am pulling one element from the podcast which requires obliquely describing the arc in a way that will be something of a spoiler. So if you really want to listen to it cold, se ... (full story)


An arresting career
Lynne Callahan’s unusual path from cop to 9th District judge

An arresting career<BR>Lynne Callahan’s unusual path from cop to 9th District judge<BR>

Lynne S. Callahan gives new meaning to the term multi-tasker.
While studying at The University of Akron School of Law, she had her first two children.
“I had my babies in law school on purpose because I thought it would be easier than doing it once I started work,” she said with a laugh. “Most people read the ... (full story)