Economic recovery: U.S. Rep. Pat Tiberi, a Republican who’s considering running for U.S. Senate, wants to better understand Ohio’s uneven economic recovery, the Dispatch’s Wehrman writes.

“Tiberi wondered why some parts of the state have recovered, drawing in new business and seeing its unemployment rate drop, while other parts have struggled. Appalachia, for example, continues to be left behind,” during a Joint Economic Committee meeting on Wednesday, Wehrman writes.

John Lettieri of the think tank Economic Innovation Group, which identified Cleveland as the nation’s most distressed city in a study last year, provided some insight, reporter Sabrina Eaton writes.

By: Mary Kilpatrick,

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