On this episode of Broad & High, Terry Allen’s Deer Sculptures, Jim Arter’s Life Within Art, Artist Profile: Mike Elsass, and The Heart Gallery. They’re just two deer, lounging on the banks of the Scioto River watching the world go by.
The future of energy in the United States is moving toward clean and renewable sources. The federal government is tossing around many ideas for what that will be, but retiring Republican Senator George Voinovich says he has the most viable solution.
The front runner for the Republican nomination for a U.S. Senate seat from Ohio, Rob Portman, now appears to have a clear shot for the nomination. That’s because a little known GOP challenger is about to drop out.
George Voinovich says he wants to spend more time with wife and family.
The Franklinton section of Columbus has been hard-hit by foreclosures. On Monday Mayor Coleman and Sen. George Voinovich visited the area to discuss the crisis. Sen. Voinovich has introduced legislation in Congress to help homeowners who are struggling with their mortgages.
Ohio Republican Senator George Voinovich is celebrating after his long time goal of reviving nuclear power took a big step forward.
US Senator George Voinovich still wants President Bush to set a deadline for troop withdrawal. But Voinovich says he will not vote for a deadline if asked to.
Last night in his presidential address, President Bush announced a reduction of troops in Iraq. Ohio US senator George Voinovich was in Chillicothe today where he toured the Chillicothe Veterans’ Medical Center. He says the legacy of the Bush administration relies on developing a comprehensive plan that would gradually end the war.
In an unusual move, two Republican U.S. Senators recently called for troop withdrawal from Iraq. One of those is Ohio Senator George Voinovich.
The U.S. Senate Tuesday brought back the immigration bill. Senator George Voinovich played a key role.
On Monday, GOP Ohio Senator George Voinovich joined almost every Republican Senator to stymie a debate on Iraq. But now On Monday, G-O-P Ohio Senator George Voinovich joined almost every Republican Senator to stymie a debate on Iraq. But now Voinovich and six other Republicans are trying to force a vote on the measure.