July 28, 2011
Stivers Supports Boehner Plan
Congressman Steve Stivers of Columbus is sticking with his speaker. He says he will vote for John Boehner’s plan to raise the debt ceiling and cut spending.
July 15, 2011
John Kasich’s First Six Months in Office
This week, Columbus on the Record panelists discuss Governor John Kasich’s first six months in office, what he’s accomplished, and what’s still to come.
July 2, 2011
1,298,301 Signatures Collected In Favor Of Collective Bargaining
We Are Ohio, the group leading the Senate Bill 5 referendum effort, collected a million more signatures than the 231,000 required to have SB5 placed before voters this autumn.
June 27, 2011
Might Unions and GOP Settle SB-5 Before Vote?
Might Republicans and unions follow the lead of the Ohio farmers and The Humane Society and negotiate to keep collective bargaining off the fall ballot?
June 17, 2011
One Ohio Casino Deal is Finalized With Slots
This week Columbus on the Record panelists discuss the casino agreement, which includes legalized racetrack slot machines and a bigger slice of the profit pie for Ohio.
June 10, 2011
Ohio Senate Budget Cuts Lawmakers Pay, Restricts Abortion
This week Columbus on the Record panelists discuss the expected changes to the Ohio Senate budget, which would cut legislators’ pay and cut Governor’s John Kasich’s JobsOhio role.
June 9, 2011
Morning Roundup – Ken Blackwell Mulls Senate Run
Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell talks conservatism and mulls a run for US Senate.
June 7, 2011
Tuesday Round-Up – Toledo Casino Widens Lead on Others
As other projects are stalled or slowed, Toledo’s casino takes shape. A proposed change to the Ohio budget would restrict abortions. New York tabs are having a field day with a certain congressman’s photography and texting.
June 3, 2011
The Resignation of Jim Tressel
This week Columbus on the Record panelists discuss the departure of football coach Jim Tressel from The Ohio State University.
May 27, 2011
The Deal Is Done: The Columbus Casino Gets Water and Sewer
Penn National Gaming Inc. has reached an agreement with the city of Columbus and Franklin County in the dispute over connecting the casino property off West Broad Street to Columbus’ water and sewer system.