Blog Archives

Rob Portman Takes Flak for Iran Letter

WOSU News Director Mike Thompson and the Columbus on the Record panel look at: Rob Portman’s signing of a letter to Iran and business opposition to John Kasich’s tax plan.

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.

Gov. Kasich Pushes Public Assistance with Requirements

WOSU News Director Mike Thompson and the Columbus on the Record panel look at the top issues in the news this week including: a movement to tie public assistance to work or job training.

Green Energy Advocates Emerge at The Statehouse

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel discuss the week’s top stories including the campaign to keep Ohio’s clean energy standards and the fairness of municipal income taxes.

John Kasich’s Las Vegas Trip Fuels Presidential Speculation

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel discuss the week’s top stories including John Kasich’s presidential ambitions; Ohio’s changing car dealership landscape, unionizing college athletes.

Former Governors Taft and Strickland On The State Of Politics

WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson discusses taxes, education reform and the current state of politics with former Ohio Governors Bob Taft and Ted Strickland.

Keeping Score and Fact Checking Issue 2 Ads

WOSU Public Media’s “Columbus on the Record” panelists discuss the latest Issue 2 ads (pro and anti SB5), and just how truthful they are.

An Analysis of Ohio Jobs, Taxes, and Business

A Columbus on the Record Special: How Big a Role Does Government Play in Creating Jobs?

An Analyis of Ohio Jobs, Taxes, and Business

A Columbus on the Record Special: How Big a Role Does Government Play in Creating Jobs?

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.