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Columbus, Oh – The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio says it needs to raise trash fees in order to get its fiscal house in order and invest in necessary infrastructure. Jim Letizia reports SWACO's director made his case at a Columbus City Council hearing on Wednesday.
Columbus, OH – The first live televised debate between the major party candidates for Ohio governor ended last night with neither candidate throwing a knockout punch. As statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports, the main focus was --Ohio's economic woes.
Columbus, OH – In the hours leading up to last night's gubernatorial debate, a popular former U-S President took a whirlwind tour through the buckeye state. Bill Clinton appeared at several events throughout Ohio. Statehouse correspondent Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – The first big debate in the 2010 campaign season is today, when the candidates for governor will meet face to face. But with so many ways candidates can reach voters, are debates relevant anymore? Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler explores that question.
Columbus, OH – The Libertarian candidate for Ohio governor has just unveiled something he notes that neither the Democrat nor the Republican candidate has unveiled ---- a plan to balance the next two-year state budget AND wipe out the state income tax immediately. As statehouse correspondent Bill cohen reports, though, the plan would kill many government programs....and that's prompting advocates for children, the poor, and the elderly to protest.
Columbus, OH – The head of Ohio's Democratic Party is filing a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service. He charges Republican Gubernatorial Candidate John Kasich used a tax exempt group as a political slush fund. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – Ohio agriculture officials have just conceded - the tree-killing pest, the Emerald Ash Borer, has now invaded virtually every county across the state. That has some homeowners asking --- is there anything I can do to keep MY trees from being killed? Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen reports the answer is yes.
Columbus, OH – Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray says low income Ohioans who can't afford their prescription drugs will soon be getting some help from the state. In an interview with Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles, Cordray explains the money for those services comes from a multi-state settlement with a drug company.