GOP lawmakers push for Moyer Judicial...

GOP lawmakers push for Moyer Judicial Center

There are 8 comments on the DispatchPolitics story from Apr 22, 2010, titled GOP lawmakers push for Moyer Judicial Center. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

Moyer oversaw renovation of the Ohio Departments Building into the Ohio Judicial Center, home of the state Supreme Court, which would have to approve a name change.

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Insider

Columbus, OH

#1 Apr 22, 2010
Wrong move. Name it for someone who truly epitomized justice. Those who worked for him knew he was a political tyrant.
The bill

Columbus, OH

#2 Apr 22, 2010
is falicious and self-serving.

Ohio do not want paths blocked nor wait decades - for the best and brightest of her younger legal generation.
ramseyjames

Bluffton, OH

#3 Apr 22, 2010
Senate Republicans are urging the Ohio Supreme Court to name the Ohio Judicial Center in honor of the late Chief Justice Thomas J. Moyer.. Does this surprise anyone that a bunch of nimrod republicans want to name this taxpayer owned building after one of thier own??? Hopefully, this will not happen and this building will remain named as is! No public owned building should be named after a stinking politician. They just love to make their own seem special, even after death!
Reality-based

Canal Winchester, OH

#4 Apr 22, 2010
"The proposal initially was limited to the Judicial Center naming, but Grendell said Seitz suggested including issues backed by Moyer and some judicial panels that have not gained legislative traction in the past."

In other words, these same lawmakers ignored Moyer's suggestions for years but now want to use them to stick it to Eric Brown. Way to honor Moyer's memory.
Kay

Dallas, TX

#5 Apr 22, 2010
I think it is appropriate. The Supreme Court of Ohio has grown from several floors in the Rhodes Tower on Broad Street to a huge overpaid overstaffed entity. How did this happen?
I thought republicans wanted small government??? I would like to know how much the budget for the Ohio Supreme Court has grown over the years. I pay for it with my tax dollars, but they always vote in favor of big business. I think we should always remember under whose administration this occurred. And that STUPID GAVEL.....need I say more
More Political BS

Columbus, OH

#6 Apr 22, 2010
Republicans (who hate government) trying to hang another Republican name on a Government Building.
It has an Address,
That's Enough.
dee

United States

#7 Apr 22, 2010
the ohio judicial center is a good name for a building that is not supposed to have a political affiliation. if the senators want to honor justice moyer then name the bill to change judicial requirements after him instead of themselves and then get it passed. i do wonder why all of sudden these changes have become important since they have not been addressed in the past. it does sound like politics hidden under the cloak of honoring the justice.
Blood Sucking Ticks

Wilmington, OH

#8 Jan 2, 2012
Why would anybody honor people who steal from the elderly while living the ruse we care about them???????

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