The Sleuths at the Enquirer report this headline.
Where's the bridge money?
Here's a clue for an Enquirer reporter. Maybe the bridge money is in the .30/gal in federal and state road taxes we pay for each and every gallon of gasoline we buy. Wait, look under this shell it's federal, state and local income taxes in the amount of over a trillion per year.
The fact is, the money is and always has been in the hands of government officials who decided long ago that it was more important to fund an Ohio Civil Rights Commission who's only note worthy act was to attempt to put a Mason Bar owner out of business for his "For service, speak English"
I guess having money to watch over those issues is more important than watching about 30 cars slide into the Ohio River.