Columbus, OH – A proposed half percent increase to the Columbus income tax goes before the voters in a special August 4th election. An elected official supporting the tax debated a tax opponent Wednesday at the Columbus Metropolitan Club. WCBE intern Casey Best was there.
Columbus, OH – Christian leaders on opposite sides of the political spectrum agree they do not like the governor and legislators' decision to install slot machines at race tracks. they're hoping a court challenge will block the move. Ohio Public Radio's Bill cohen reports.
By John DeSando, WCBE's "It's Movie Time," "Cinema Classics," and "On the Marquee"
"And when that I had geten unto me/By maistry all the sovereignetee . . . After that day we hadden never debat!"
Wife of Bath, Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
From Chaucer to Apatow, men have always wanted to know what women want (In the bard's case, it was "mastery" over men). So The Ugly Truth is a pleasant summer breeze which looks at what men are and what they want. It's a romcom with witty moments (too few for me):
Columbus, OH – A proposed tuition freeze at Ohio's two-year community colleges and 4-year state universities is dead. It's a casualty of the recession and a state budget approved by Ohio lawmakers yesterday. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.
Columbus, OH – Columbus City Council last night approved an economic-development agreement with the city of Dublin. The two cities have agreed to share tax money from new jobs created inside a 277-acre office and retail development. WCBE's Jim Letizia has details.