WOSU News Archives For: April 27, 2009

Columbus Mayor Asks For City Income Tax Increase

12:00AM
April
27, 2009

It’s been almost thirty years since the city of Columbus has increased its income tax rate. Mayor Michael Coleman wants voters to approve an increase in an August special election. He said it’s the only way to keep the city operating at its current level. But opponents say mismanagement is at the root of the city’s economic troubles.

Jobless? Volunteer Your Way Out of Depression

12:00AM
April
27, 2009

With each week more and more Ohioans find themselves out of work. Looking for a new job can be lonely and stressful. WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller suggests those “between jobs” donate some of their new free time.

Two Area Members Of Congress Weigh Decisions On “Climate Change

12:00AM
April
27, 2009

The federal Environmental Protection Agency says emissions of carbon dioxide and a handful of other gases now threaten human health. The finding is expected to give impetus to efforts in congress this year to pass “climate change” legislation and two Central Ohio democratic representatives are in the crosshairs of carbon politics.

Two Central Ohio Demcrats Weigh “Climate Change” Bill.

12:00AM
April
27, 2009

The United States Environmental Protection Agency says emissions of carbon dioxide and a handful of other gases now threaten human health. The finding is expected to give impetus to efforts in congress this year to pass “climate change” legislation and two Central Ohio democratic representatives are in the crosshairs of carbon politics.