Archives: Andrew Welsh-Huggins

The Future of the Death Penalty

Last week convicted killer Dennis MCGuire was executed in Ohio using an untested cocktail of drugs. Witnesses say he struggled and gasped for breath for 10 minutes before he died. This hour we’ll examine the difficulty of finding drugs for use in executions, and discuss the reactions of some rights groups and legislators in the wake of this event.

Open Forum: Steubenville Case and Senator Portman on Gay Marriage

We’ll take your calls on the verdict in the Steubenville rape case, Senator Portman’s reversal on gay marriage, and the continuing controversy over JobsOhio.

Death Penalty in Ohio

With a decline in prosecutors recommending the death penalty in Ohio, the Ohio Supreme Court has created a commission to reevaluate the death penalty. On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll review Death Penalty in Ohio with legal experts to determine if it is administered fairly across the state.

Death Penalty In Ohio

With a decline in prosecutors recommending the death penalty in Ohio, the Ohio Supreme Court has created a commission to reevaluate the death penalty. On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll review Death Penalty in Ohio with legal experts to determine if it is administered fairly across the state.

Al Qaeda in the Midwest/ Tour of the Scioto River Valley

Terrorism doesn’t necessarily have to be a threat from abroad, it could be ‘homegrown’ even in the Midwest. Then, a Tour of the Scioto River Valley on bicycle.

Capital Punishment in Ohio

High-ranking officials in Ohio are calling for a comprehensive review of all death-row cases and a moratorium on executions

Death Penalty in Ohio

Issues raised by the death penalty and lethal injection in Ohio