Artist Rod Sounik talks about the spontaneity of glass blowing and shaping.
President Obama tomorrow visits Columbus, trying to sell the jobs plan he unveiled last week. It calls for a mix of tax cuts, help for the unemployed and spending on road and bridge repairs. Will it help the economy?
President Obama is set to give his “major” jobs speech to Congress on Thursday. He hinted Monday it might include extending a middle class tax cut and spending money on fixing roads and bridges. What do you think should be in the president’s jobs plan?
A report being released Sunday says one in 10 Ohioans lost a job over the past decade and workers saw a higher drop in wages than any other state.
President Barack Obama reportedly next month will propose a plan to spur the economy. What should be in it? Tax cuts? Incentives for business? Should the president even offer a stimulus plan?
Community health centers are popular among the uninsured and those with government assistance. And the federal government is pushing for of these local health facilities. But many of these health centers are small and don’t have the space to accommodate patient demand. In part of our on-going series, Following the Stimulus Money, WOSU reports, a local community health center got a $4.4 million construction grant.
Ohio’s U-S Attorney for the Southern District says a letter has been sent to all public entities in Ohio that are receiving stimulus funding.
There was Cash for Clunkers and tax credits for home buyers. Now there’s a rebate for consumers who buy more energy efficient appliances. As part of WOSU’s Following the Stimulus Money Series, WOSU reports on how you can get some green for “going green.”
Millions of federal stimulus dollars have poured into Central Ohio – a lot of it in the form of grants for medical research or road improvements. But Stimulus money is helping small businesses like a florist, dog groomer and funeral home. WOSU continues our series – Following the Stimulus Money.
The recession has taken a huge toll on the job market – hundreds of thousands of Ohioans became unemployed. A local agency is using stimulus dollars to help those out of work gain new skills to help them find jobs in the community. WOSU has this report in its series called Following the Stimulus Money.
Millions of stimulus dollars are flowing into Central Ohio, and WOSU looks at how they’re being spent.