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PoliticsOhio is a wrap-up of the week's important political news in the state.

Latest Episodes

PoliticsOhio: Top Stories Of 2017 And A Look At The New Year

There was no shortage of political news in 2017. And here in Ohio several big stories received a lot of attention –– from lawmakers and voters alike. In this installment of PoliticsOhio, WYSO’s Jerry Kenney speaks with Jo Ingles at the Ohio Statehouse News Bureau. Ingles highlights some of the biggest political stories of the year. And she gives us a taste of what we may be seeing at the statehouse in 2018. In WYSO's PoliticsOhio, the WYSO news department talks with political reporters and

4 MIN2017 DEC 28
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PoliticsOhio: Top Stories Of 2017 And A Look At The New Year

PoliticsOhio: Issue 2 And The Media Battle Over Prescription Drug Prices

As Election Day nears, advocates continue to lobby for and against a ballot measure that would limit how much Ohio could pay for prescription drugs. After months of political ads on both sides, some voters are confused about how the passage of Issue 2 could affect their health-care budgets. For more details about the proposal, WYSO's Jerry Kenney spoke with the Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau’s Andy Chow. Chow says if passed, Issue 2 would tie the cost of prescription drugs purchased by

4 MIN2017 OCT 25
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PoliticsOhio: Issue 2 And The Media Battle Over Prescription Drug Prices

PoliticsOhio: State Senators Agree on ACA Repair

Both of Ohio’s United States senators weighed in this week on the latest Republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. For this week’s PoliticsOhio, WYSO’s Jerry Kenney speaks with Jo Ingles from the Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau. Ingles says – despite ongoing partisan rancor in Washington over health reform – Ohio’s two senators are in agreement that some parts of the existing Affordable Care Act need to be changed. PoliticsOhio is a wrap-up of the week's important

5 MIN2017 JUL 22
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PoliticsOhio: State Senators Agree on ACA Repair

PoliticsOhio: State Budget Awaits Signature From Governor Kasich

Gov. John Kasich has until midnight Friday to sign the $65 billion state budget that would not only fill a revenue shortfall, but also make some major policy changes. On this episode of PoliticsOhio, Statehouse News Bureau correspondent Andy Chow details what's in the budget proposal. And he tells WYSO's Jerry Kenney there’s at least one item in the budget that could set the stage for a veto fight. We also hear from Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, who has been outspoken about her concerns over the

4 MIN2017 JUN 30
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PoliticsOhio: State Budget Awaits Signature From Governor Kasich

PoliticsOhio: State Races, Candidates Taking Shape

In the last edition of PoliticsOhio , we focused on the Ohio governor's race. This week, we hear about some other political contests underway across the state. Karen Kasler from the Ohio Statehouse News Bureau provides updates on some other state races underway. In this interview, Kasler tells us who Frank LaRose is. The Republican state Senator just announced that he'll run in a Republican primary for Secretary of State. Democrats have their first official candidate in that race as well .

5 MIN2017 MAY 19
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PoliticsOhio: State Races, Candidates Taking Shape

PoliticsOhio: 2018 Race For Governor Heating Up

The 2018 elections are still months away, but the race to replace outgoing, two-term Gov. John Kasich already has more than a few candidates. The Political landscape so far: On the Democratic side, Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley will go up against Sen. Joe Schiavoni, former Congresswoman Betty Sutton and former state representative Connie Pillich. Four Republicans will face off in the GOP primary: Secretary of State Jon Husted, Congressman Jim Renacci, Attorney General Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Mary

6 MIN2017 MAY 10
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PoliticsOhio: 2018 Race For Governor Heating Up

PoliticsOhio: Neighborhood-Development Funding Changes In Trump Budget Proposal

President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget blueprint calls for a more than 13 percent cut to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The budget would also eliminate the $3 billion Community Development Block Grant program. T he potential cuts have some Ohio officials worried about how to make up for the lost funding. For more on what eliminating the Community Development Block Grant Program could mean for people across the Dayton area, WYSO's Jerry Kenney spoke with city commissioner Matt

5 MIN2017 APR 18
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PoliticsOhio: Neighborhood-Development Funding Changes In Trump Budget Proposal

PoliticsOhio: Opiates, Green Energy, And The State Transportation Budget

In this week’s PO, Karen Kasler talks about legislative initiatives on opiate presciption regulations, Green energy standards being talked about at the statehouse and, up first, passage of the Ohio transportation budget which happened after some compromises in the house and senate were hammered out. PoliticsOhio is a wrap-up of the week's important political news in the state. Each Friday during All Things Considered, the WYSO news department talks with political reporters and experts from

5 MIN2017 APR 3
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PoliticsOhio: Opiates, Green Energy, And The State Transportation Budget

PoliticsOhio: Obamacare Repeal And Replace Bill Pulled From Vote

The Republican bill that was to begin the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, was pulled from a congressional vote on Friday. The bill did not have the support it needed to pass. In this week’s PoliticsOhio, WYSO's Jerry Kenney spoke to Karen Kasler of the Ohio Statehouse News Bureau on where some Ohio legislators fell on the issue. Also in this conversation, this week the Ohio Senate passed legislation providing more than $7.8 billion to fund construction and

5 MIN2017 MAR 25
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PoliticsOhio: Obamacare Repeal And Replace Bill Pulled From Vote

PoliticsOhio: What Is An Executive Order Anyway?

Since taking office, President Donald Trump has signed more than two dozen executive orders. Some have provoked mass protests across the United States — including Trump’s order on immigration. With so much talk about executive orders in the news we thought it was a good opportunity to ask -- what are executive orders anyway, and how do they work? WYSOs Jerry Kenney spoke with University of Dayton Assistant Professor of Political Science Christopher Devine, who says presidential executive orders

5 MIN2017 FEB 14
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PoliticsOhio: What Is An Executive Order Anyway?

Latest Episodes

PoliticsOhio: Top Stories Of 2017 And A Look At The New Year

There was no shortage of political news in 2017. And here in Ohio several big stories received a lot of attention –– from lawmakers and voters alike. In this installment of PoliticsOhio, WYSO’s Jerry Kenney speaks with Jo Ingles at the Ohio Statehouse News Bureau. Ingles highlights some of the biggest political stories of the year. And she gives us a taste of what we may be seeing at the statehouse in 2018. In WYSO's PoliticsOhio, the WYSO news department talks with political reporters and

4 MIN2017 DEC 28
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PoliticsOhio: Top Stories Of 2017 And A Look At The New Year

PoliticsOhio: Issue 2 And The Media Battle Over Prescription Drug Prices

As Election Day nears, advocates continue to lobby for and against a ballot measure that would limit how much Ohio could pay for prescription drugs. After months of political ads on both sides, some voters are confused about how the passage of Issue 2 could affect their health-care budgets. For more details about the proposal, WYSO's Jerry Kenney spoke with the Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau’s Andy Chow. Chow says if passed, Issue 2 would tie the cost of prescription drugs purchased by

4 MIN2017 OCT 25
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PoliticsOhio: Issue 2 And The Media Battle Over Prescription Drug Prices

PoliticsOhio: State Senators Agree on ACA Repair

Both of Ohio’s United States senators weighed in this week on the latest Republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. For this week’s PoliticsOhio, WYSO’s Jerry Kenney speaks with Jo Ingles from the Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau. Ingles says – despite ongoing partisan rancor in Washington over health reform – Ohio’s two senators are in agreement that some parts of the existing Affordable Care Act need to be changed. PoliticsOhio is a wrap-up of the week's important

5 MIN2017 JUL 22
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PoliticsOhio: State Senators Agree on ACA Repair

PoliticsOhio: State Budget Awaits Signature From Governor Kasich

Gov. John Kasich has until midnight Friday to sign the $65 billion state budget that would not only fill a revenue shortfall, but also make some major policy changes. On this episode of PoliticsOhio, Statehouse News Bureau correspondent Andy Chow details what's in the budget proposal. And he tells WYSO's Jerry Kenney there’s at least one item in the budget that could set the stage for a veto fight. We also hear from Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, who has been outspoken about her concerns over the

4 MIN2017 JUN 30
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PoliticsOhio: State Budget Awaits Signature From Governor Kasich

PoliticsOhio: State Races, Candidates Taking Shape

In the last edition of PoliticsOhio , we focused on the Ohio governor's race. This week, we hear about some other political contests underway across the state. Karen Kasler from the Ohio Statehouse News Bureau provides updates on some other state races underway. In this interview, Kasler tells us who Frank LaRose is. The Republican state Senator just announced that he'll run in a Republican primary for Secretary of State. Democrats have their first official candidate in that race as well .

5 MIN2017 MAY 19
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PoliticsOhio: State Races, Candidates Taking Shape

PoliticsOhio: 2018 Race For Governor Heating Up

The 2018 elections are still months away, but the race to replace outgoing, two-term Gov. John Kasich already has more than a few candidates. The Political landscape so far: On the Democratic side, Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley will go up against Sen. Joe Schiavoni, former Congresswoman Betty Sutton and former state representative Connie Pillich. Four Republicans will face off in the GOP primary: Secretary of State Jon Husted, Congressman Jim Renacci, Attorney General Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Mary

6 MIN2017 MAY 10
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PoliticsOhio: 2018 Race For Governor Heating Up

PoliticsOhio: Neighborhood-Development Funding Changes In Trump Budget Proposal

President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget blueprint calls for a more than 13 percent cut to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The budget would also eliminate the $3 billion Community Development Block Grant program. T he potential cuts have some Ohio officials worried about how to make up for the lost funding. For more on what eliminating the Community Development Block Grant Program could mean for people across the Dayton area, WYSO's Jerry Kenney spoke with city commissioner Matt

5 MIN2017 APR 18
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PoliticsOhio: Neighborhood-Development Funding Changes In Trump Budget Proposal

PoliticsOhio: Opiates, Green Energy, And The State Transportation Budget

In this week’s PO, Karen Kasler talks about legislative initiatives on opiate presciption regulations, Green energy standards being talked about at the statehouse and, up first, passage of the Ohio transportation budget which happened after some compromises in the house and senate were hammered out. PoliticsOhio is a wrap-up of the week's important political news in the state. Each Friday during All Things Considered, the WYSO news department talks with political reporters and experts from

5 MIN2017 APR 3
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PoliticsOhio: Opiates, Green Energy, And The State Transportation Budget

PoliticsOhio: Obamacare Repeal And Replace Bill Pulled From Vote

The Republican bill that was to begin the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, was pulled from a congressional vote on Friday. The bill did not have the support it needed to pass. In this week’s PoliticsOhio, WYSO's Jerry Kenney spoke to Karen Kasler of the Ohio Statehouse News Bureau on where some Ohio legislators fell on the issue. Also in this conversation, this week the Ohio Senate passed legislation providing more than $7.8 billion to fund construction and

5 MIN2017 MAR 25
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PoliticsOhio: Obamacare Repeal And Replace Bill Pulled From Vote

PoliticsOhio: What Is An Executive Order Anyway?

Since taking office, President Donald Trump has signed more than two dozen executive orders. Some have provoked mass protests across the United States — including Trump’s order on immigration. With so much talk about executive orders in the news we thought it was a good opportunity to ask -- what are executive orders anyway, and how do they work? WYSOs Jerry Kenney spoke with University of Dayton Assistant Professor of Political Science Christopher Devine, who says presidential executive orders

5 MIN2017 FEB 14
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PoliticsOhio: What Is An Executive Order Anyway?
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