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Oct 8, 2018
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Ohio votes get one more chance to see and hear the major-party gubernatorial candidates debate before the November elections.

 

Tonight will be the third and final debate between Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine and Democrat Rich Cordray. Both candidates are still looking to distance themselves in what’s been a neck-and-neck race.

Today on All Sides, the Ohio gubernatorial race, fallout from Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanagh’s confirmation, and more.

Guests: 

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Sep 17, 2018
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Former President Barack Obama campaigned for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Richard Cordray.

Cordray served in the Obama administration as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

During his speech, Obama took shots at Republican leaders in Washington D.C., calling the nation's political system broken. 

“The Republicans won the House, they won the Senate. They’re still mad,” he said. “Which is interesting. So just remember when you hear about these folks bragging about this economic period, just remember when it started.”

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Sep 10, 2018
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Ohio voters get three chances to see and hear the major-party gubernatorial candidates debate before the November elections. Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine and Democrat Rich Cordray square off once in September and twice in October.

It’s been a long time.

We’re also talking about campaign funding, with Democrat Danny O’Connor reportedly raising 10 times as much as Republican Troy Balderson in their campaigns for the 12th congressional district race.

All that and more today on our weekly Reporter Roundtable. 

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Aug 27, 2018
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President Donald Trump returned to Ohio this weekend to appear at the Ohio Republican Party State dinner.

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Aug 6, 2018
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The special election for Ohio's 12th Congressional District occurs this Tuesday. The race for the seat is neck-and-neck between Democrat Danny O'Connor and Republican Troy Balderson, after the retirement of Republican Pat Tiberi. We'll take one last look at the candidates before most voters hit the polls.

We'll also look at how the gubernatorial race is shaping up, recent bills signed by current governor John Kasich, and more on this week's Reporter Roundtable.

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Jul 23, 2018
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Fresh from his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Trump announced plans to invite Putin to Washington for another summit this fall. The decision already has sparked uproar in Washington over the President’s relationship with Russia and Putin. Today on our weekly reporter roundtable, we’ll talk about how Republicans might respond to questions about Trump and Russia on the campaign trail before the midterm elections. 

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Jul 9, 2018
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U.S. Representative Jim Jordan is facing accusations that he knew about alleged sexual assaults while working as Ohio State University’s assistant wrestling coach. The team’s former doctor, Richard Strauss, is accused of showering with and inappropriately touching players.

Jordan has denied knowing about this, and said it’s retaliation for his actions in Congress. 

We’ll discuss Jordan’s current predicament and more on today’s Reporter Roundtable. 

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Jun 4, 2018
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The debate between Ohio House Republicans over who should be the chamber's speaker has been going on for several weeks. With a divided Republican party, House Democrats have an opportunity to influence the debate. 

Join us as we discuss the speakership, as well as the importance of the ECOT scandal in this year's elections, the Ohio Stand Your Ground Bill, the prospect of medical marijuana in Ohio, and more.

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May 21, 2018
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On Wednesday, a panel of Ohio Senate members discussed possible gun control bills put forth by Governor John Kasich. The bills included red flag legislation as well as banning the purchase of guns by third parties.

Join us today as we discuss gun control options for Ohio, the impact the recent ECOT scandal can have on poll results, and much more.

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May 14, 2018
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After last Tuesday's primaries in Ohio, today's roundtable will reflect on the results and whether there were signs of a potential "blue wave" in the upcoming general election in November.  Join us as we also discuss the number of school levies passed, State Auditor Dave Yost's review of ECOT, Ohio lawmakers' upcoming election of a new House Speaker, and more.

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May 7, 2018
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Today at 10 a.m.

Ohio's primary election day is this Tuesday. We'll look at all the races and the candidates that will be decided, and what it could mean for the general election come November.

We'll also look at new requirements for pain patients to get opiates, bail reforms that could save Ohio taxpayers millions, and more with our panel of reporters.

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Apr 30, 2018
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The gubernatorial candidates from both parties have ambitious plans for improving Ohio's education system. Universal pre-kindergarten, lowering costs of attending college, and reducing standardized state testing are among the top priorities of several candidates. 

We'll also look at Governor Kasich's latest executive order, the upcoming vote for the new Ohio House speaker, and more with our panel of reporters.

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Apr 23, 2018
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Gubernatorial candidate Dennis Kucinich is facing staunch criticism for accepting payments for speeches he had delivered to sympathizers of Syrian President Bashar Assad. Kucinich has refused to condemn Assad for allegedly launching chemical attacks against his own people, and has criticized American missile strikes on Syrian military bases.

We'll also look at the GOP race for governor, payday lending, and more with our panel of reporters.

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Apr 9, 2018
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State Rep. Michael Henne has introduced legislation backed by Gov. John  Kasich that incorporates six changes to Ohio gun laws. These changes include a "red flag" law that would allow family members, guardians, or police to confiscate weapons from those showing warning signs of violent behavior. 

Today, we'll also look at 'gag orders' on pharmacists, proposed wrongful imprisonment compensation changes, and the future of Ohio's medical marijuana dispensaries. 

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Mar 26, 2018
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Two Republican Ohio lawmakers have introduced a new bill that would ban all abortions. The ban would apply even in cases of rape, incest, or if the mother's life is at risk. The proposed legislation comes just days after a federal judge ruled an earlier Ohio abortion law as unconstitutional. 

We'll also look at the proposed "red flag" gun control legislation, the gubernatorial race, and more with our panel of reporters. 

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