Officials in 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: October 3, 2008
The 17-member Ohio House delegation turned in 10 votes in favor of the financial markets bill signed into law Friday by President Bush.
Columbus Police Chief James Jackson has settled a 1997 defamation lawsuit with the City of Columbus. Jackson said he will take leave starting in late November and retire in March 2009.
In politics, as in football, a good ground game can provide a winning margin:
“If you take it to em, if you don’t make mistakes, and you keep takin’ it to em, hell, there’s no question who’ll win.”
Coach Woody Hayes built an OSU football dynasty on the ground game. Now presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain are using aggressive ground games to get their supporters to the polls on November 4th.
With a Wall Street bailout bill looming and more and more homeowners facing foreclosure, it’s becoming more apparent that Minorities are affected most by the subprime mess. WOSU reports, experts gathered in Columbus to discuss the crisis and how the bailout bill could affect minority communities.