Blog Archives

John Kasich Looks To Make It Official

WOSU News Director Mike Thompson and the Columbus on the Record panel preview John Kasich’s official launch of his presidential campaign and look at the latest in the Columbus City Hall corruption probe.

Same-Sex Marriage Legalized, City Hall Probe Grows

WOSU News Director Mike Thompson and the Columbus on the Record panel look at the top stories in the news this week including: The Supreme Court’s decision to legalize gay marriage; The bribery investigation at Columbus City Hall.

Race for Columbus Mayor is Down to Two

WOSU News Director Mike Thompson and the Columbus on the Record panel look at the top stories in the news this week including: an analysis of the primary for Columbus mayor.

Candidates for Columbus Mayor Square Off

WOSU News Director Mike Thompson interviews the four candidates for Columbus Mayor in the May 5th primary.

Gov. John Kasich’s Give and Take Tax Plan

WOSU News Director Mike Thompson and the Columbus on the Record panel look at the top issues in the news this week including: Governor John Kasich’s plan to cut some taxes while raising others.

Cleveland Lands GOP Convention, Columbus Still Wants Dems

WOSU’s Mike Thompson and his panel look at Columbus’s Democratic convention hopes after Republicans choose Cleveland for their convention; Republicans look for a new speaker of the Ohio House.

Stand Your Ground Proposal Comes To Ohio

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson discusses and his panel discuss several issues including a stand-your-ground proposal at the statehouse and Ed FitzGerald’s running mate choice.

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majority of Ohioans don’t like Senate Bill 5, the bill that limits collective bargaining. 54% say that SB 5 should be repealed.

Public Safety Director Controversy

Controversy surrounding confirmation of Cathy Collins-Taylor. Will the Ohio senate approve her appointment as the new Public Safety Director?

Remember Casinos Have RIGHT to Build, Not Obligation

While Penn National owns both proposed Columbus casino sites and it promises to deal the first black-jack cards in 2012, the developer still only has the constitutional right to build, not the obligation.