Questions About Governor Kasich’s Budget Numbers

This week Columbus on The Record panelists provide a comprehensive overview of Governor Kasich’s budget numbers; an update on collective bargaining, including a possible repeal slated for November; the pros and cons of “recall” elections; Ted Strickland’s close call to become chair of the Democratic National Committee; and the Columbus casino’s efforts to move forward despite legal issues.

Read More:

  • Ohio union law foes turn in initial petitions (AP)
  • Kasich administration says collective bargaining law saves $1.3 billion; unions scoff at ‘fuzzy math’ (The Plain Dealer)
  • Democratic legislators to introduce recall legislation for lawmakers (Dayton Daily News)
  • Strickland loses chance to chair DNC (politico.com)
  • Columbus casino moves forward despite questions over water and sewer (Plain Dealer)

Panelists:

  • Reginald Fields (The Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • Jim Siegel (The Columbus Dispatch)
  • Terry Casey (Republican Strategist)
  • Janetta King (Innovation Ohio)

Segments On This Episode (on YouTube)

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Debate Over Governor Kasich's Budget Numbers

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The Collective Bargaining Campaign Begins

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The Merits of Recall Elections

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Ted Strickland Will Not Lead DNC

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Columbus Casino Tries to Move Forward

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