Hear about the debate in congress over the gender wage gap, with Bloomberg Business Week reporter Holly Rosenkrantz. Also: WAGE Campus and Community Initiatives national director Annie Houle discusses how women can take steps to narrow the wage gap.

Ohio Casino Control Commission chairperson Charles Saxbe discusses regulating Ohio casinos and ensuring the industry operates with integrity; and Columbus Dispatch City Hall reporter Bob Vitale joins the discussion with a focus on economic development incentives and other issues related to Penn National Gaming’s plans for the casino in Columbus. A conversation with Congressman-elect Bob Gibbs (18th District).

Healthcare Reform Legislation Debate

Nov 30, 2009

Two points of view about healthcare reform legislation being debated in Congress, with AARP Government Relations, health and long-term care director Nora Super and U.S. Chamber of Commerce senior manager for health policy James Gelfand.

Science and Public Policy

Sep 23, 2009

Two scientists from the National Science Board, the panel that advises the President and Congress on public policy issues involving science and engineering and directs the research goals for the National Science Foundation: University of Oklahoma meteorology professor Kelvin Droegemeier and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) director and chief executive Dr. Dan Arvizu.

The proposed $700,000,000,000 economic package rejected by congress on Monday quickly took center stage on the campaign trail. Republican representative Pat Tiberi voted against the package at mid-day and then defended his vote at a campaign appearance last night in Delaware County. Tiberi says he felt like congressional and Bush Administration leadership "put a gun to congress' head.

Ohio Politicians Divest Some Campaign Contributions

Jan 9, 2006

A handful of Ohio politicians have given away campaign contributions from indicted Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff. And, one Ohio congressman has been repeatedly linked with Abramoff.

Whether the scandal will have a lasting effect on Ohio Politics depends on who you talk to. Top Democrat in the Ohio House of Representatives and Democratic Party head, Chris Redfern,thinks that Ohio Republicans such as Bob Ney, Deborah Pryce, Pat Tiberi, Mike DeWine,and George Voinovich were right to jettison the Abramoff cash. But, he says giving it to charity is misguided.