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Just reporting the facts. I missed this news from Friday about State Senator David Goodman’s letter sent to Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann on Friday. From the Vindy:
“Marc Dann has mismanaged his office,” Goodman said. “He’s embarrassed the state, and he’s let the people of Ohio down.
And that is why, today, I’m sending this letter asking for Marc Dann to resign his office immediately.”
Goodman, who said he served several years as an assistant attorney general under Betty Montgomery, said the investigation and its aftermath likely will have repercussions that will cost Ohio taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees.
Goodman said he thought it was too early to consider a formal legislative resolution calling for Dann’s resignation or for House members to move forward with articles of impeachment.
He added in the letter to Dann, “Today, you said you had high hopes for the friends from Youngstown whom you hired. You said that they ‘let you down.’ They paid for that let-down with their jobs. Many voters had high hopes for you. You let them down. And you must pay with your job.”
Disclosure: State Senator David Goodman and I attended law school together. I consider him and his wife to be friends, though David and I do not always agree.
By Jill Miller Zimon at 9:47 am May 5th, 2008 in Politics
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