Officials in Columbus and Dayton Dayton are aiming to capitalize on backlash against a religious-objections law in neighboring Indiana that critics say could permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
WOSU News Archives For: February 28, 2008
Each year students around the country perform in their school musical. Some sing in a chorus, while some play an instrument or memorize a dance routine. The fourth and fifth graders at Gahanna’s Blacklick Elementary School take a different approach: they write and produce their production.
For the last few weeks, Ohioans have be deluged with TV commercials.
As we have heard many times in recent days, health care has become one of the top issues of this year’s campaign. Thursday, a diverse group of health care advocates and people coping with chronic disease met to try to force politicians to make change.
Six days before the March 4th primaries, Hillary Clinton tried to persuade Ohioans that her plans to revive the faltering [U.S.] economy can also resuscitate her dwindling campaign. The Democratic presidential candidate and former first lady held a round-table discussion on economic issues yesterday at Ohio University’s Zanesville campus. From Ohio Public Radio station W-O-S-U, Sam Hendren reports