Archives: Karen Kasler

JobsOhio Case At the Ohio Supreme Court/Homelessness in Columbus

The Ohio Supreme Court has taken up the question of constitutionality for the governor’s privatized development agency, JobsOhio. In this segment, we’ll talk about the case and its implications. Then, how many homeless people are among us? We’ll talk about the state of homelessness in central Ohio.

Reporter Roundtable: Statehouse Politics in the New Year

Join us for a Reporter Roundtable discussion looking forward at state politics in the coming year. We’ll consider the big agenda items Ohio is looking forward to in 2013.

Reporter Roundtable on Ohio General Assembly’s Lame Duck Session

It’s that time of year, when politicians are in flux for a new session in statehouses around the country. However, these times tend to be most productive due to the various end of the year deadlines. On this hour, we’re talking about the upcoming news in Ohio’s General Assembly.

Post-Election Coverage

On this hour, we look back at the 2012 presidential election, consider the issues that won and take a look at the balance of power.

Special Election Night Coverage

This is our special, election night coverage of All Sides. We’ll talk about the latest in local, state and national elections from 7-8 p.m.

Politics Roundtable/Helping Women Out of Poverty

After months of focus and speculation, the 2012 Presidential election is almost here. In this segment, Ann will talk with a few reporters about the election in Ohio and around the country. Then, impoverished and single women in Africa aren’t afforded many opportunities. In this segment, we’ll talk about local ways to support these women.

The Politics of the Coal Industry in Ohio

Coal has made its way into the political landscape lately… On this hour, we’ll talk about why and give an update on the coal industry in Ohio.

Statehouse News Update

The Ohio House has passed an exotic animal regulation bill in response to the Zanesville incident, Kasich’s third grade reading guarantee is still up for debate and much more is going on in Ohio politics. On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll give you an update on Statehouse News.

The Supreme Court Set to Review Health Care Law

Next week, the U.S. Supreme Court will spend hours in oral arguments to review three questions on Obama’s health care law: Did Congress exceed its constitutional authority? Should the entire law go down? Is it unconstitutional to demand the states pay more into medicaid to expand the program? On this hour of “All Sides,” we’ll talk about the law.

Post-Primary Wrap Up

Super Tuesday is over… Who are the winners? What do the results predict for the November election? But first, one new website is keeping tabs on politicians. Join the conversation on this hour of “All Sides.”