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: September 28, 2011
The 26 states that have sued to overturn President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul have filed a Supreme Court appeal pressing for a speedy ruling to the “grave constitutional questions” surrounding the law.
Republican-drawn boundaries for Ohio’s legislative districts have cleared a state board, likely bolstering the GOP’s grip on the General Assembly for the next decade.
But the poll says President Obama polls slightly better than both Romney and Perry for the 2012 general election.
The change would requires judges ask minors additional questions before waiving the parental consent requirement.
The Columbus Board of Education will send COTA $894,000 to let high schoolers ride for free.
A new Quinnipiac University Poll has bad news and not-so-bad news for Governor Kasich. The not-so-bad news is the governor’s approval rating has improved 5 percentage points since July. The bad news is Kasich’s approval rating is still at 40%. What do you think? How is John Kasich doing as governor?
Activists say it’s needed to add protection, but opponents say it’s a ploy to introduce gay marriage.
The prime reason behind the city and countyâ€™s planned purchase of Nationwide Arena is to keep the Blue Jackets from leaving. The team says its current lease with the Arena is not sustainable. But WOSU reports a provision in the teamâ€™s current lease says the team canâ€™t go anywhere. The Blue jackets say they are [...]