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DC Show interview with Cleveland entrepreneur Alan Glazen, August 26th, 2013

Alan Glazen

 

This interview was recorded live on-air on WRUW-FM 91.1 Cleveland, August 26th, 2013

If you’re someone who is tired of the notion that cities should have to foot the bill for their pro teams stadiums and also fund renovations, this is the show for you. DC Show host Mike James invites entertaining and outspoken Cleveland entrepreneur Alan Glazen into the studios for a live on-air conversation about the upcoming sin tax bill, Issue 7, that’s up for renewal in Cleveland with a May 6th, 2014 vote. Alan strongly opposes this bill and argues it is simply bad business for the city to renew it. However you feel about the topic, though, this is a lively and very informative discussion for sure, enjoy~

 

Big Defend Cleveland Show thank you to Alan Glazen for coming to the studio and engaging in a fascinating conversation about a very important topic.

All opinions expressed on the program are that of the host and his guest, and not that of WRUW, Case Western, its faculty or staff.

 

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3 Comments for “DC Show interview with Cleveland entrepreneur Alan Glazen, August 26th, 2013”

  1. […] majority.” A sales tax on alcohol and cigarettes is regressive by definition, and last week on WRUW’s Defend Cleveland show Glazen explained that Cuyahoga County’s sin tax is especially so, with 80% of the collected […]

  2. […] the majority.” A sales tax on alcohol and cigarettes is regressive by definition, and last week on WRUW’sDefend Cleveland show Glazen explained that Cuyahoga County’s sin tax is especially so, with 80% of the collected tax […]

  3. […] To hear Defend Cleveland’s first interview with Alan on this topic from August 26th, 2013 (yes, he was predicting the vote for this renewal of the Sin Tax and discussing why folks should oppose it way before anyone else), click here. […]

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