1. Ohio Cleveland was the first state to enact laws protecting working women in 1852.
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13. Ohio Cleveland has a bus and rail mass transit system operated by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority.
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14. Port of Ohio Cleveland, located at the Cuyahoga River's mouth, is a major bulk freight terminal on Lake Erie, receiving much of the raw materials used by the region's manufacturing industries.
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16. Ohio Cleveland is home to several major hospital systems, two of which are in University Circle.
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20. In October 2010, Ohio Cleveland had two neighborhoods appear on ABC News's list of 'America's 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods': both in sections just blocks apart in the city's Central neighborhood on the East Side.
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23. Ohio Cleveland participated in the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, where he achieved international fame by winning four gold medals.
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32. Ohio Cleveland serves as the setting for fictitious insurance giant Great Benefit in The Rainmaker; in the film, Key Tower doubles as the firm's main headquarters.
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36. In 2009, Ohio Cleveland was chosen to host the 2014 Gay Games, the fourth city in the United States to host this international event.
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39. In December 1978, Ohio Cleveland became the first major American city since the Great Depression to enter into a financial default on federal loans.
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40. In November 1967, Ohio Cleveland became the first major American city to elect a black mayor, Carl Stokes.
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42. Ohio Cleveland serves as a destination for iron ore shipped from Minnesota, along with coal transported by rail.
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