An effort by Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan to try and grab the reins of power for the House Democrats falls short. Then, as the Urban League of Greater Cleveland launches its countdown to its centennial, a new program is announced to help build up minority owned businesses. Plus, Cleveland City Council aims to put public input into the discussion to keep buses off the newly renovated Public Square.
-Sabrina Eaton, Reporter, Cleveland.com, Washington DC Bureau
-Carla A. Harris, Vice Chairman, Global Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley
-Robert Davenport, President National Development Council
-Don Bowen, President, National Urban League Urban Empowerment Fund
-Diane Linston, Cleveland business owner, Fashion Designer, Loan recipient
-Sam Allard, Reporter, Cleveland Scene Magazine