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Columbus, OH – Columbus City Council President Mike Mentel has formed a committee to review the city's open meetings policy and document instances when council members may meet privately. Mike Foley reports.
Columbus, OH – Governor Ted Strickland's running mate today gave what was billed as a major campaign address. Yvette McGee Brown talked about revitalizing Ohio cities, but as statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen, there were no momentous announcements.
Columbus, OH – Some state workers in domestic partner situations - whether same sex or opposite sex relationships - now have the opportunity to take sick or bereavement leave when their significant others have health-related problems. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler says that change comes over the objections of at least one conservative lawmaker.
Columbus, OH – President Obama was in Ohio today to mark the 10,000th road project funded by federal economic stimulus money since he took office. And as Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports, the president talked about how those dollars are helping create jobs and spur economic development.