Emotions Over School Vouchers, Census Count Critical To Ohio, The Fate Of Capital Punishment

Lawmakers are learning about a deal to change a huge increase in the state’s largest private school voucher program – while parents in the program defend it.

The state is counting on planning to yield good numbers from hard to reach groups in the census.

 

And death penalty opponents say they’re confident the last execution in Ohio has already happened.

 

Guests: 

Hannah Kubbins

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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