Governor John Kasich

Education
6:32 am
Mon February 24, 2014

Miami Valley Colleges And Universities Seek Millions In State Capital Funds

A large statewide proposal for state of Ohio funds for colleges and universities was released in January that includes $50 million in requests from the Dayton area. The capital budget, as it’s called, is a biennial funding process to pay for long-term investments and infrastructure upgrades.

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Politics
2:30 pm
Fri February 21, 2014

State Of The State: An Appeal To Undecided Voters

Governor John Kasich Kasich delivering remarks at public works commission press conference earlier this year.
Credit Office of Governor John Kasich

On the heels of a poll showing the gubernatorial race tightening up in Ohio, Gov. Kasich will deliver his annual State of the State speech on Monday. Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler gave WYSO's Emily McCord a preview for PoliticsOhio this week and says Kasich will use the speech to appeal to independent voters.

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Politics
8:31 am
Wed February 19, 2014

Democrats Want Probe Into ODNR And Fracking Controversy

An environmental group has discovered a controversial playbook that a state department drew up to tackle oil and gas drilling issues. The plan calls into question the relationship between a state agency and the industry it’s supposed to regulate. Now, two state lawmakers are asking for legislative hearings to further investigate hearings.

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Politics
2:16 pm
Tue February 18, 2014

Little Known Dayton Area Man Running For Governor After All

 

It appears that Ed FitzGerald will have an opponent in the Democratic primary for governor: Larry Ealy, a candidate many people expected wouldn't qualify for the ballot and most have never heard of. The 51-year-old Trotwood resident describes himself as a civil rights advocate who says he’s been helping people in his community deal with legal issues. 

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Health, Science & The Environment
2:14 pm
Thu February 13, 2014

Medicaid Expansion Underway In Ohio, But Numbers Can Confuse

Ohio officials are reporting over 23,000 people newly eligible for Medicaid in Ohio got enrolled in January, after Ohio Governor John Kasich decided to expand the insurance program to cover more low-income people using Affordable Care Act funds.

Medicaid can be tricky to quantify, however.

At the Montgomery County Job Center’s health care room, the people coming in are a mix—some have been on and off Medicaid, and some are signing up for subsidized care for the first time.

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