WOSU News Archives For: November 4, 2011

Cancer Drug Shortage Affects Central Ohioans

Cancer Center, Jennifer Day
A technician prepares IV fluid
10:17AM
November
4, 2011

Local oncologists say the shortage is having a detrimental effect on their cancer patients.

Court Order Halts Cuts To HIV Drug Program

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Rules that were set to take effect Friday would cut eligibility for Ohio's HIV and AIDS drug assistance program.
8:29AM
November
4, 2011

New rules limiting eligibility for free or reduced HIV and AIDS medications were set to begin today.

Congressional Map Session Boils Over, Ends With No Compromise

Ohio Statehouse
Members of the Ohio House left the floor yesterday without voting on a new Congressional map.
7:52AM
November
4, 2011

What was expected to be a House voting session ended with shouting and Republicans walking off the floor.

Citizens United Jumping Into Issue 2 Fight

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The new ad from Citizens United highlights changes to how teachers are paid.
7:24AM
November 4, 2011

The group made famous in a Supreme Court ruling on campaign finance is now funding ads in support of Issue 2.

Should Professions Have Age Limits?

7:20AM
November
4, 2011

Do you think judges or anyone else should have to leave their job at a certain age?

Should Some Jobs Have (Upper) Age Limits?

6:05AM
November
4, 2011

Issue One on next week’s ballot would raise the age limit for judges from 70 to 75. Should judges or any professions have mandatory retirement ages?

Circleville Banjo Player Picks for PBS, Steve Martin

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Circleville's Tony Ellis plays the banjo.
6:00AM
November 4, 2011

He’s a favorite of Steve Martin and Sponge Bob SquarePants and tonight Circleville, Ohio, banjo player Tony Ellis is featured in two programs on WOSU TV.