This February marks the 100th anniversary of an Ohio State tradition. Since 1915, the chimes have been part of University life, housed in one of the oldest and most unique buildings on campus. WOSU’s Tom Rieland has this profile on the Chimes of Orton Hall…
Both sides of the collective bargaining law have events scheduled on the day before Election Day.
With less a week before Election Day, Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen brings us an overview of one of the most controversial ballot efforts in modern Ohio history.
The Republican presidential candidate threw his support behind collective bargaining changes a day after saying he didn’t have a position on Issues 2 or 3.
A Senate Bill 5 supporter and opponent debated the measure at the WOSU Studios at COSI Tuesday night.
Gov. John Kasich says he and other supporters will keep working to persuade voters to keep an Ohio law that limits the bargaining rights of 350,000 public workers, while
a new poll suggests that’s going to be hard work.
The Republican presidential candidate will appear in Cincinnati to rally support for Senate Bill 5 and exempting Ohio from the new health insurance mandate.
Opponents of Senate Bill 5 and Issue 2 have increased their lead to 25 percent in the last poll.
A new report says the collective bargaining practices cut by Senate Bill 5 have saved the state more than $1 billion since 2008.
Monday’s debate featured two Democrats on opposite sides of Ohio’s new collective bargaining law.
Ads occasionally use video from the opposing side, but the new Issue 2 spot doesn’t identify the speaker as an Issue 2 opponent.