Blog Archives

The Issue Two Race Tightens; Follow the Nationwide Area $$ Closely

This week, WOSU Public Media’s “Columbus on the Record” panelists discuss polling numbers, which show that Issue 2 is winning, but is losing support.

Richard Cordray Gets a New Job

This week Columbus on the Record panelists discuss former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray’s nomination as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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.

Collective Bargaining Overhaul Becomes Law – For Now, At Least

Now that SB5 has been signed, what’s next in the fight over collective bargaining?

The Uncivilized State of American Politics

This special broadcast looks at how campaigns are being run in Washington and Columbus and the disappearing civility reflected in political campaign ads and news coverage.

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.

Disappearing Civility in American Politics

As disappearing civility is reflected in political campaign ads and news coverage, how negative is too negative?

Ohio’s Current Political Landscape

Republicans consider a ban on earmarks, Senate candidates line up to challenge Sherrod Brown in 2012 and a Columbus City Council member leaves early.