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The Central Ohio Transit Authority says 2019 brought the most riders in more than 30 years.

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

Jun 3, 2019
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The clean energy bill passed in the Ohio House last week. 

The measure eliminates the state’s clean energy mandates and, if passed, most of the benefits would go to two aging nuclear plants and two coal-burning plants. 

Electric rate payers could also see a small reduction in their bills, but opponents to the plan predict the savings will be short-lived.

Today on All Sides, the clean energy bill and more on our weekly Reporter Roundtable.

UPS Expands To Serve Columbus's Growing Industries

Nov 17, 2016

On Friday, UPS will break ground on a major expansion of its Columbus facility. UPS says construction is a results of the city's robust and growing industries.

Paying for our Highways: Tolls vs. Gas Tax

May 14, 2014

10:00 Currently the nation's interstates are toll-free, except to pay for new lane construction. With the Highway Trust Fund set to run out of money, some believe we should use tolls to fund highway and transit projects. Others think raising the gas tax is a better option. But is there another solution? This hour we'll talk about several proposals to keep our roads running smoothly. Guests