Blog Archives

A New Bailout Plan for the Blue Jackets

Panelists discuss a plan developed by Franklin County and Columbus leaders to keep the Blue Jackets, but it calls for the county and city to use gambling money to buy Nationwide Arena

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.

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.

Analysis of John Kasich’s State of the State Address

An analysis of John Kasich’s State of the State Address and discussions of the proposed collective bargaining overhaul being debated in the Ohio House.

State of the Union: Bipartisanship and Diversity in Ohio

Local analysis of the State of Union address, the President’s call for bipartisan unity and reigning in federal spending.

Tax Dilemma Trickles Down to Ohio Legislature

President Barack Obama’s tax deal signals decision time for Ohio democrats over Ohio budget cuts. John Kasich hints at how he will balance the state budget.

Analysis of Second Governor’s Debate

The second Governor’s debate and the US Senate race between Democrat, Lee Fisher and Republican challenger, Rob Portman.

Topics: Livestock Care; Slots at the Tracks; Tobacco Money

This week on Columbus On The Record: The livestock care compromise; slots at the tracks; and using Tobacco Money. Election 2010 updates: Ted Strickland vs John Kasich; Ohio Senate candidates, Democrat, Lee Fisher, Republican, Rob Portman Panelists: Cathy Candisky, The Columbus Dispatch Karen Kasler, Ohio Public Radio / TV Greg Haas, Democratic Strategist Leah Sellers, [...]

Topics: Race Track, Indoor Smoking Ban, and Gun Regulation in Ohio

This week on Columbus On The Record:  The feud between Ohio Secretary of State, Jennifer Brunner and LetOhioVote.org over issues surrounding the groups funders. Controversial firings at the Bureau of Workers Compensation.  Religious discrimination may be underlying decision to fire entire staff. Also this week:  ODOT head pushes passenger rail.  Smoking Ban enforcement, and gun regulations. [...]