Columbus, OH – The looming state budget deficit is the big elephant in the room these days as politicians run for election. most everyone believes there will be a shortfall in the budget next year....as much as 8 billion dollars over the next two years. But politicians are shying away from pinning down specifics as to how they'd plug that hole. Still, as Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports, that's not keeping schools and local governments from thinking about the problem
Columbus, OH – A new independent poll of likely Ohio voters finds Republican candidate for governor John Kasich with a double-digit lead over incumbent Democrat Ted Strickland. It's an even larger margin than other recent polls have found. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
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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.