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U.S. Women's National Team And Equal Pay

Jul 9, 2019
United States' Megan Rapinoe lifts up a trophy after winning the Women's World Cup final soccer match between US and The Netherlands at the Stade de Lyon in Decines, outside Lyon, France, Sunday, July 7, 2019.
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The U.S. Women’s National Team won its fourth World Cup on Sunday in a 2-0 match against the Netherlands. 

But after the ticker tape parade in New York City on Wednesday, the Americans still face the challenge of a lawsuit they filed in March against the U.S. Soccer Federation seeking equal pay with their male counterparts.

Today on All Sides, the U.S. National Women’s Soccer Team and equal pay. 

William Husel Charged With 25 Counts Of Murder

Jun 6, 2019
Fired Mount Carmel doctor William Husel
Mount Carmel

Former Mount Carmel intensive care physician William Husel faces 25 counts of murder in a murder case that prosecutors are calling one of the largest in Ohio history.  

Prosecutors have accused 43-year-old Husel of purposely ordering excessive doses of painkillers for patients, who died shortly after receiving them. He faces 15 years to life for each murder count. 

Today on All Sides, where the Husel case stands and how hospitals regulate the use of painkillers.

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Gahanna officials say they will appeal a Franklin County judge’s ruling Wednesday that Gahanna must repay to residents $13.2 million in overpaid taxes between 2009-2014.

St. Charles Preparatory School

A former student of St. Charles Preparatory School has filed a lawsuit against the Catholic Diocese of Columbus, Archbishop Frederick Campbell and the school alleging sexual abuse.  The anonymous man claims the abuse took place during the 2002-2003 school year.

After Jaron Thomas died in police custody, his family is now filing a federal wrongful death lawsuit against the Columbus Division of Police.

The attorneys general of 41 U.S. states said Tuesday that they're banding together to investigate the makers and distributors of powerful opioid painkillers that have, over the past decade, led to a spike in opiate addictions and overdose deaths.

Several states are suing the Trump administration to block it from terminating the program protecting young immigrants known as DREAMers.

The lawsuit, filed Wednesday in the Eastern District of New York, was brought by the attorneys general of 15 states and the District of Columbia. All are Democrats.

It follows the administration's announcement Tuesday that it would phase out the Obama-era program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said DACA would end in March 2018 unless Congress takes action to salvage it.

Ohio Sues Five Drug Makers Over Opioid Crisis

Jun 6, 2017

Attorney General Mike DeWine filed a lawsuit against five drug companies on Wednesday, May 31. He believes evidence will show that these drug companies used deceptive methods to sell their products to doctors and patients.

DeWine says these methods caused thousands of Ohioans to become addicted to painkillers.  In 2015, Ohio was first in the nation for the number of opioid deaths.

Today we will talk about Ohio's lawsuit and the opioid crisis.


The U.S. Air Force has agreed to pay $140,000 to settle a federal discrimination lawsuit in which a woman claimed she was passed over for promotions at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton.

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A lawsuit filed by a Denver based company charges that Dublin City Schools violated Ohio law in its attempt to purchase a vacant building owned by the company. 


Ohio's largest online charter school has been allowed to proceed with a lawsuit that seeks to block an enrollment audit the state says is necessary to determine its future funding.

U.S. Supreme Court
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Ohio Libertarians are turning to the U.S. Supreme Court in a long-running dispute over the party's access to the ballot.

Ohio Public Retirement System

The federal appeals court in Cincinnati has reinstated Ohio's lawsuit accusing Freddie Mac of defrauding the state's mammoth pension fund by systematically investing in sub-prime home loans.

A judge has rejected a lawsuit brought by voting rights groups that alleged Ohio's process for purging election rolls is illegally removing eligible voters.

A new wrongful death lawsuit alleges a central Ohio woman died because she ate salad processed at a Dole plant linked to a listeria outbreak.