Columbus, OH – One suggestion in the state's recent performance audit of the Ohio Lottery Commission is to make the lottery a quasi-public corporation, with less regulation and more private business influence. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler has more.
Columbus, OH – As Ohioans gather at Labor Day events this weekend honoring workers, one Ohioan, in particular, is kicking off a special campaign. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports on how a father of a West Point graduate is helping his son and other veterans through song.
Columbus, OH – It's estimated that 10 percent of Ohio's public workforce is "double dipping" - getting both retirement checks from the state pension funds and paychecks from regular jobs. With a budget deficit estimated as high as $8 billion, critics have targeted double dippers as an example of what's wrong with government. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler reports on the trouble some have found with finding even basic information to argue that.