It was unlike any interview I have seen in my 35 years at the Norwalk Reflector.
Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel thinks everybody should know what's going on and he is leading a charge to put the state's checkbook online.
"I think the people in Ohio have the right to know how their money is being spent," Mandel said in a recent visit to the Reflector.
Mandel was touting House Bill 175, which would give Mandel the right to put the state's checkbook online. The bill passed in the House at the end of June. Now, he is hoping it will pass in the Senate.
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