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Feagler and Friends

Downtown Taps Go Dry; School Leader Hopes to Tap TARP

Feagler and Friends
Posted December 19, 2008

The panel considers the implications of a break in the city's ancient water lines and a local school superintendent tells us why his system deserves federal bailout money.

The State of Ohio

A Conversation with Gov. Strickland

State of Ohio
Posted December 19, 2008

2008 has been quite a test for Governor Ted Strickland. The state's economy seems to be in freefall, the budget crisis seems to have no end in sight, and another serious situation with the state's spending plan looms into the next budget cycle. And the governor will introduce into all of this his long-awaited plan to reform education in Ohio, and specifically his proposed changes on how Ohioans pay for it. Gov. Strickland talks about the budget crisis, his education reform plan, and his thoughts on some of the most controversial bills that passed in the lame duck legislature.

Strickland Readies His Veto Pen

Regional News Stories
Posted December 19, 2008

Governor Ted Strickland has all but promised he will veto three bills passed in the lame-duck legislative sessions in the last few days.

Political Foes Compete for Charity

Regional News Stories
Posted December 19, 2008

Republican Kevin DeWine and Democrat Chris Redfern go head to head to raise money for the Salvation Army.

Auditor and State Medicaid at Odds Over Recommendations

Regional News Stories
Posted December 18, 2008

Ohio's auditor says the state could be saving at least 300 million dollars a year in Medicaid costs.

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