December 9, 2013
As legislators debate a host of election-reform bills, some say the GOP is pushing to limit voting access to many Ohioans. Supporters of the bills say they’ll streamline the process, and leave Ohio’s early-voting period intact. This hour our statehouse panel will provide updates, and fill us in on what else is making headlines in the Buckeye State.
October 21, 2013
It’s fall in Ohio, which means it’s deer, turkey, and litigation season! Congressional republicans are threatening to sue Governor Kasich over Medicaid expansion, and the ACLU filed suit against Ohio for three abortion restrictions passed as part of the state’s budget. This hour our panel will examine what else is bubbling up in the statehouse.
September 3, 2013
Now that everybody’s relaxed, tan and back from summer vacation, the fun begins again! On today’s show, to help you get back into the news groove, we’re hosting a reporter roundtable. Join Ann and her panel of journalists for the latest on Medicaid, Attorney General DeWine’s committee on facial recognition software, SNAP benefit cuts and more.
August 5, 2013
This hour we’ll get the latest on what’s happening at the Ohio statehouse. There are Medicaid reform bill hearings, big fundraising gaps between Democrats and Republicans for next year’s campaigns, a stand-your-ground law pending in legislative committee, and more with JobsOhio. Our reporters will bring you up to speed.
June 5, 2013
Ohio governor John Kasich wrote an op-ed recently urging Ohioans–in the name of President Reagan– to support the proposed expansion of Medicaid. This hour we’ll get the latest news on that debate as well as an update on Right to Work legislation, and review State Auditor Yost’s views on business vs. friendship.