NEW YORK -- On the very day former coin dealer Tom Noe appears in a Lucas County courtroom asking that some of 53 counts in his indictment be tossed out, The New Yorker magazine writes about Noe in an article called "Holy Toledo."
The article also features several other names -- such as Blackwell and DeWine -- familiar to Ohioans.
It's the report's sub-head that describes the larger focus of the article: "Ohio's gubernatorial race tests the power of the Christian right."
Several paragraphs down the page, you'll find the part about Noe, which is tucked into a section about Ohio's pay-to-play politics.
You can read the full article here: http://www.newyorker.com/fact/content/articles/060731fa_fact1