March 6, 2015
The Supreme Court, Obamacare and Ohio
WOSU News Director Mike Thompson and the Columbus on the Record panel look at the Ohio impact of this week’s US Supreme Court hearings on Obamacare and an Arizona redistricting case.
February 20, 2015
Gov. John Kasich’s Palmetto State Politics
WOSU News Director Mike Thompson and the Columbus on the Record panel look at the top issues in the news this week including: John Kasich dips into national issues in during South Carolina visit
November 1, 2013
Cramming Time for Columbus School Levy Vote
WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel discuss several issues including Tuesdayâ€™s vote on the Columbus School Levy; questionable oversight of state grants to private companies.
July 7, 2013
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.
September 7, 2012
Obama Tries To Maintain Hope
WOSU’s news director Mike Thompson and his panel provide an in-depth analysis of several topics including how Ohio views the Democratic National Convention.
December 2, 2011
Ohio Offers $400 Million to Lure Sears to the State
Panelists discuss how Ohio is holding out $400 million in incentives to lure Searsâ€™ corporate headquarters away from Illinois to Ohio.
July 27, 2011
Call Him Ted Strickland, Consultant
Former Governor Ted Strickland has set up a new consulting firm and is joined by some of his top policy and political advisers.
June 17, 2011
Friday Round Up – Kasich-Strickland Recovery Stalls
The Ohio jobless rate declining streak ends and the NY Post headline writer’s favorite congressman resigns.
June 10, 2011
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.
April 8, 2011
Questions About Governor Kasich’s Budget Numbers
Opponents of Ohio’s new collective bargaining law have taken the first step in their fight to repeal its limits on public workers’ union rights