Posted Friday, November 11, 2011
The votes are in. Issue two is dead in the water. Democrats are pumped. Governor Kasich is “taking a breather” – What does it all mean for 2012? And while voters came out en masse to repeal Issue 2, they also voted by a landslide to preserve their "freedom to choose their health care." Confusion over wording or a legitimate repudiation of federally mandated health care? We'll discuss. Plus a surprise on red light cameras in East Cleveland. Join us Friday morning at 9 on 90.3.
M. L. Schultze, News Director, WKSU
David Molpus, Executive Editor, WCPN
Doug Oplinger, Managing Editor, Akron Beacon Journal
Karen Kasler, Bureau Chief, Statehouse News Bureau
Most Ohio counties broadly reject Issue 2
State Issue 3 won’t have a big impact on health care in the short term, experts say
New school levies fared better here
East Cleveland residents vote to keep the city’s traffic cameras
Area Ohio Guardsmen prepare to go to Afghanistan
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