WOSU News Archives For: August 29, 2013

Feed Ohio Effort Aimed At Reducing Federal Food Program Cuts

Ohio's largest resonse to hunger
Ohio Association of Food Banks is working with the Governor's Office to raise awareness and money to help fight hunger.
1:50PM
August 29, 2013

A statewide effort underway called Feed Ohio is aimed at reducing potential cuts to a federal program that serves about 850,000 Ohioans.

Judge Sides With Columbus Church, Bans Protesters

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A Columbus judge has banned members of Minutemen United in front of Vineyard Columbus.
8:58AM
August 29, 2013

A Franklin County judge has ruled that members of a national conservative Christian group cannot protest in the land in front of one of the region’s largest churches.

Dayton Passes Resolution Opposing “Stand Your Ground” Bill

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8:03AM
August
29, 2013

The city has become the first in the state to officially oppose “stand your ground” legislation being considered at the Ohio house.

Mandel Car Crash Raises Questions About Campaign Finance Laws

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Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel.
7:30AM
August
29, 2013

A car crash involving the Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel that was kept quiet until now is raising questions about campaign finance laws and his transportation.

Ohio Democrats Express Frustration Over Health Care

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Medicaid expansion is a divisive issue in the Ohio legislature.
12:44AM
August 29, 2013

Democrats in the Ohio House are accusing Republican legislative leaders of stalling on a decision on whether to expand the Medicaid health program to cover more low-income residents.

Funeral Services Planned For Former Ohio Gov. Gilligan

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The late Gov. John J. Gilligan
12:36AM
August 29, 2013

Memorial services have been scheduled in Cincinnati for former Ohio Gov. John J. Gilligan, with a public program also planned next week at the Ohio Statehouse.

Judge Bans Protests In Front Of Columbus Evangelical Church

12:24AM
August
29, 2013

A judge has ruled that members of a national conservative Christian group cannot protest in the land in front of one of Ohio’s largest churches — the Vineyard Church in Columbus.