Politics

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for April 29, 2012 containing the following stories:

-An Introduction to the Road Trip Series, by Sandra Sleight-Brennan

-Jerry Kenney speaks with Steven Skiles, chair of the Theatre and Dance Department at Sinclair Community College about their upcoming production of The Laramie Project.

-Readings from the Dayton Metro Library: Marian Schwilk-Thomas

Ellen Belcher, who's filling in for Emily McCord, interviews Bill Hershey, the former Dayton Daily News Statehouse Bureau Chief and now an occasional columnist for the Akron Beacon Journal, about the efforts to dump both the chairmen of Ohio's Republican and Democratic parties.

Results from the Primaries being held in Pennsylvania on April 24, 2012 - updated throughout the day as results come in.

Results from the Primaries being held in Rhode Island on April 24, 2012 - updated throughout the day as results come in.

Results from the Primaries being held in New York on April 24, 2012 - updated throughout the day as results come in.

Results from the Primaries being held in Delware on April 24, 2012 - updated throughout the day as results come in.

Results from the Primaries being held in Connecticut on April 24, 2012 - updated throughout the day as results come in.

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for April 22, 2012 containing the following stories:

-Jerry Kenney speaks with Jean Howat Berry about Cityfolk's Culture Builds Community culmination performance, Soul Rhythms.

-Jerry Kenney speaks with Alan Shaffer about the Dayton Progress Manufacturing Challenge scholarship program for area high school students.

-The latest installment of the SOCHE Talks: Why We Need a Renewable Energy Revolution

Ellen Belcher, who's filling in for Emily McCord, interviews Secretary of State Jon Husted, Ohio's chief elections officer and a former state lawmaker from Kettering.

Democrats in the Ohio legislature are angry about a proposal that’s been slipped into a budget adjustment bill. The proposal would strip away money from Planned Parenthoods throughout Ohio.

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