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After Running Mate Debacle, Can Ed FitzGerald Recover?

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson discusses and his panel discuss several issues including what next for Democrat Ed FitzGerald now that his running mate has left the race for governor.

Governor John Kasich’s 3 Billion Dollar Tax Swap

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel provide an in-depth analysis of several topics including Governor Kasich’s plan to cut income taxes while imposing new taxes on scores of services.

The Last Word(s) – Columbus on the Record 6/17/11

The word cloud of every thing that was said on last week’s Columbus on the Record.

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.

Casino Deal Would Put Issue to Bed

By the end of today, Ohio’s long debate over casino gambling could be over.

Tues. Rundown – Terrelle “Sorry”; Scotts Seeks New Biz Buzz

John Kasich strikes a deal with one casino developer; Scott’s has high hopes for medical marijuana; Terrelle says, “I’m sorry.”

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.

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.

Poll: Majority of Ohioans Oppose Senate Bill 5

This week Columbus on the Record panelists discuss the latest polling numbers that show the majority of Ohioans don’t like Senate Bill 5, the bill that limits collective bargaining. 54% say that SB 5 should be repealed.

Westside Columbus Casino Breaks Ground

This week Columbus on the record panelists discuss how Ohio GOP lawmakers are planning to make changes to Governor’s John Kasich’s education budget.