Afternoon Brew: Black Keys Talk New Album, Ohio School Weight Law, Tribe Fan's Big Score, and Plusquellic Insults Opponent

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Good afternoon, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you tell Ohio that your current weight is none of its business.

— An Ohio law requires schools to weigh their students and report the data to the state, unless the school opts out, of course, which plenty are. Lets get some lawmakers on the scale first, then maybe we'll talk. (NewsNet5)

—GQ talked to Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach for its music issue. He talks about a lot of things. (GQ)

— For the record, none of our co-workers has ever, ever, ever given us anything nearly this cool. (Mansfield News Journal)

— Moments in great political debates, courtesy of Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic: “My advisers said I didn’t need to do this. But I would be circumventing the political process. I’m sorry, but I don’t see that you are really serious about becoming mayor.”(Ohio.com)

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