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Columbus, OH – Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman promised to revitalize Franklinton, work with local suburbs, and weighed in on state politics last night in his 12th State of the City speech. Jim Letizia reports.
Columbus, OH – Yesterday's protest at the Ohio Statehouse didn't go off without a hitch. Later this morning, Democrats will file a lawsuit to insure more protestors are allowed in the Statehouse during future hearings. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – For the second time in less than a week, thousands of government workers and union activists have descended on the Ohio Statehouse to protest a Republican proposal to roll back collective bargaining for public employees. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen files this report.
Columbus, OH – With a budget deficit that could top 10 billion dollars, leaders in public education are expecting state funding cuts of as much as 20 percent. But some of them are saying they're concerned that the state might fall back into an illegal system that treats kids in different parts of the state unfairly. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler sat down with three education leaders to talk about it.
Columbus, OH – Some Ohio lawmakers have proposed a bill that would combine the Cleveland and state voucher programs so that lower and middle income families can use state taxpayer's money to attend private schools. But critics of the bill say it will hurt public schools statewide that educate most of Ohio's children. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – Lawmakers are preparing to dismantle the education reforms put into place under former Gov. Ted Strickland, including increasing the number of cancelled school days that don't have to be made up. But Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler says there are still some long-term concerns that activists say have yet to be resolved.