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Local News
12:00 am
Sun March 24, 2013

Would Ohio voters approve gay marriage today?

Would the constitutional amendment banning gay marriage passed by an overwhelming majority of Ohioans in 2004 pass if it were on the ballot today?
 

We may soon find out.


We went through an entire presidential election cycle with barely a peep from the candidates on social issues such as gay marriage.


Now, though, the debate over gay marriage is front and center in Ohio.

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Health
12:21 pm
Fri January 25, 2013

Flu hospitalizations level off in Ohio

The number of Ohioans being hospitalized due to influenza has leveled off over the past week. That’s the word from the state health department.

"We have 586 new flu associated hospitalizations this week.  That's very similar to the 584 that were reported last week," said department spokeswoman Tess Pollock.  "It's too early, however, to say if the peak has passed or if it's a temporary plateau, so we'll just continue to monitor the flu activity throughout Ohio."

Local News
11:51 am
Tue December 11, 2012

Quinnipiac Poll: Good news and bad news for Kasich

More Ohio voters approve than disapprove of Ohio Gov. John Kasich's job performance, but they are still not convinced he should be re-elected in 2014, according to a Quinnipiac University Poll released Tuesday.

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Inside Pitch
8:42 am
Tue December 11, 2012

Ohio's Electoral College members meet Monday

Ohio's 18 members of the Electoral College - all pledged to vote for President Obama and Vice President Biden - meet at noon Monday at the Statehouse in Columbus to do their duty.

Lists of 18 electors were submitted by both political parties before the election. Since Obama won Ohio on Nov. 6 with 50.7 percent of the vote, the 18 people submitted by the Democrats will take their seats in the Ohio Senate chamber Monday. 

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Inside Pitch
8:57 am
Tue November 13, 2012

Hard road to re-election for Kasich?

Ohio Gov. John Kasich, the first-term Republican, is almost dead even with a generic Democratic opponent, despite his rising job approval numbers according to a poll released earlier this month by Public Policy Polling.

Kasich is up for re-election in 2014.

The poll, conducted Nov. 3-4 among 1,000 Ohio likely voters, asked this question: "If there was an election for governor today, would you vote for Republican John Kasich or his Democratic opponent?"

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