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The demographic and socioeconomic research, policy analysis, and recommendations produced by Community Solutions are most often shared by substantive reports, briefs, bulletins, and newsletters. While they were usually produced in print in the past, today, most are electronic publications. Many—new and old—are archived throughout this section of the website for easy reference, first by general topic and then by year and/or date. For information on our publications, please browse our editorial list below.
Census Bureau Prepares for 2020 Census and Continues Annual American Community Survey (2/10/17) — A look at the upcoming census and the future of the American Community Survey.
The Managed Care Tax Replacement: Implications for Northeast Ohio and the State Budget (2/8/17) — A look at the Managed Care replacement tax and the long-term implications and future challenges.
Governor's Last Budget Introduced, Heads to Ohio House (2/1/17) — A breakdown of the state budget process, with a snapshot some of the major pieces being offered.
January Common Ground (1/12/17) — This edition of Common Ground lays out the process and estimated schedule of activities of Ohio budget, introduces CCS new Board Chair Zulma Zabala, recaps recent media mentions, and more.
The Return on Investment of Medicaid Expansion: Supporting Work and Health in Rural Ohio (1/4/17) — A look into the Ohio Department of Medicaid's report on the assessment of the expansion of coverage to non-disabled childless adults and the implications it has for some of Ohio's most challenged communities.
Other Resources and Periodicals
Please note: Community Solutions no longer publishes the Northeast Ohio Media Guide. You are welcome to contact Hannah News Service regarding their online Media Guide at 614-227-5820 or www.hannahmediaguide.com. Looking for a Northeast Ohio directory of human services? Please visit the online service at First Call for Help: www.211cleveland.org.a closer look at the Managed Care replacement tax in his latest issue brief. While it does replace funding for local governments and transit authorities, what are the implications long term and could there be future challenges?