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Political Junkie Ken Rudin

1/17/2019
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The House of Representatives announced on Tuesday that it will stay in session as the government shutdown continues. President Trump rejected another attempt to reopen the government, as polls show that most Americans place blame for the shutdown on him and the Republicans. Today on All Sides, national politics with Ken Rudin.

Duration:00:49:11

Naloxone And Harm Reduction In Ohio

1/16/2019
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Opioid deaths dropped by nearly a third in Hamilton County following an aggressive program to get an opioid antidote into the community. Naloxone, also known as Narcan, can be administered via needle or nasal spray. And anyone can do it. That’s one example of how cities in Ohio and across the country are working with the life-saving drug. Coming up on All Sides with Ann Fisher, the age of Naloxone.

Duration:00:49:48

Campaign Finance Reform In Columbus

1/15/2019
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Columbus City Council is wrestling with something new: campaign finance reform. That makes Columbus one of the last big cities in Ohio to address this issue. But the loudest critics don’t oppose restrictions; rather, they say Councilmembers aren’t going far enough. Today on All Sides, campaign finance reform in Columbus.

Duration:00:49:39

Tech Tuesday: Smartphone Apps, Kid Inventors And More

1/15/2019
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Unless it’s a digital detox, a smartphone might be the key to keeping up with New Year’s Resolutions. There’s fitness apps to keep track of calorie intake and budgeting software to build up savings. Coming up on Tech Tuesday, mobile apps for a better 2019, kid inventors, and more. Guests ​: Shelby Brown, reporter at CNET Claire Rhodes, kid inventor Zora Womack, kid inventor Jim Bruner, Ohio Invention League Board Chair Russell Holly, contributing editor for Android Central

Duration:00:49:33

Bugs With Mark Berman

1/14/2019
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In the wintertime, there are fewer insects out and about, invading your pantry or biting your ankles. Why? In the winter they do something similar to hibernation. They diapause, burrowing deep into the earth or into foliage to survive the colder months. Today on All Sides, the insects of winter.

Duration:00:49:13

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

1/14/2019
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Republican Governor Mike DeWine was officially sworn into office today, shortly after midnight. He replaced two-term Republican Governor John Kasich. Today on All Sides, inauguration day, DeWine’s cabinet and more on our Weekly Reporter Roundtable.

Duration:00:49:40

All Sides Weekend: Arts

1/11/2019
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Join All Sides Weekend guest host Christopher Purdy as we discuss the arts scene in Columbus.

Duration:00:49:38

Ohio Licensing Policies

1/11/2019
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Ohio lawmakers are mulling over potential legislation that would reduce the time needed for cosmetology-related licenses. Currently, it takes 250 hours of training to become a licensed hair stylist in Ohio, which is 100 hours more than it takes for an E.M.T. to get licensed. Today on All Sides, we discuss the apparent diconnect between the need for certification and the demand for the workforce, and how some licensing requirements disproportionately limit women, minorities, and former felons.

Duration:00:49:21

Life Admin With Author Elizabeth Emens

1/10/2019
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Taking your computer in for repairs, calling the phone company about coverage, and filling out an expense form. All of this is administrative work, which some people dread and avoid. Elizabeth Emens, author of “Life Admin: How I Learned to Do Less, Do Better, and Live More,” says it’s about being a good life administrator. Coming up, tackling the daily task that bog us down

Duration:00:49:37

Tenant Rights In Columbus

1/10/2019
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Columbus officials updated a law in December banning landlords from wrongfully evicting tenants for complaining about rent increases and housing conditions. Today on All Sides, Columbus eviction law, tenants rights, and the laws protecting tenants.

Duration:00:48:40

Wellness Wednesday: Hospital Stay Prices, Veganism

1/9/2019
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Hospitals around the country are now required by federal law to release the prices of their services. That includes stays, procedures, and more, although some claim that the prices are misleading in the first place. Today on All Sides, the price of hospital stays, the task of eating vegan, and more.

Duration:00:48:01

The Ins And Outs Of Medical Marijuana

1/9/2019
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More than 3,000 Ohio residents have activated their medical marijuana registry cards -- a necessary step in the process in the Buckeye State. Twenty-one conditions -- from post-traumatic stress disorder to glaucoma -- all of which are set forth in state regulations, qualify patients for medical marijuana in Ohio. We talk about how physicians and dispensary employees are prepared to manage the demand and the questions. Coming up, how medical marijuana works in Ohio.

Duration:00:49:35

Tech Tuesday: Zozo Suit, Computers Fitting Clothes & More

1/8/2019
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AI Now, a New York University research institute, released a report airing concerns about the rapid growth of artificial intelligence, such as integration within everyday life. AI Now published 10 recommendations, including government regulation of AI facial recognition and truthful advertisement of this technology. Coming up, safety concerning AI, computers fitting clothes and more.

Duration:00:49:14

The Urban And Rural Divide In The Ohio General Assembly

1/8/2019
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The Ohio Municipal League’s Public Policy Agenda for the next two years highlights the state’s funding to local governments, which has seen significant cuts by the Ohio General Assembly in recent years. Coming up, the history of the local government fund and the rural, urban divide that has emerged among state lawmakers.

Duration:00:49:39

Coyotes In Ohio

1/7/2019
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Coyotes first arrived in Ohio in 1919, migrating primarily from the west but also the north and east. But not all coyotes are created equal. Increasingly they are hybrid versions made up of coyote, wolf and dog. And that hybridization has invigorated the species. We catch up on the coyotes of Ohio today with naturalist, author and artist Julie Zickefoose. Coming up on All Sides, the coyote in Ohio’s backyard. ​Guests: Julie Zickefoose, ​naturalist, artist, and author

Duration:00:49:41

Weekly Reporter Roundtable

1/7/2019
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Ohio House Republicans today decide who among them will lead the next two-year session. Ryan Smith took over last spring and faces off against another former speaker Larry Householder, who has worked fiercely to attract the needed 50 votes for the job. Today on All Sides, the next Ohio House speaker, and more on our weekly reporter roundtable.

Duration:00:49:56

All Sides Weekend Chefs in the City: 2018 In Review And What's Ahead

1/4/2019
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It’s a new year and that means another wave of new restaurants are set to open in Columbus over the next 12 months. But it also means saying farewell to the eateries we lost in 2018. Today on All Sides Weekend Chefs in the City, what’s gone, what has opened and where the Columbus food scene is headed.

Duration:00:49:36

Winter Gardening in Central Ohio

1/3/2019
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It's winter, and that means you think there's not much left to do in your garden. Ohio's Garden Sage Debra Knapke, however, disagrees. As we settle into the ice, snow and cold temperatures of winter, what can we do to prepare for the next planting season? Today on All Sides, winter gardening and more with planting expert, Debra Knapke.

Duration:00:49:35

Medical Marijuana In Ohio

1/3/2019
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Ohio’s medical marijuana program is picking up steam after a delayed rollout in 2018. More than 3,500 Ohio residents have registered and the Ohio Department of Commerce officials predicts that product will be available within the month. For many, the next step is recreational pot. Coming up on All Sides, we take a look at how other states have moved from medical to recreational marijuana and how Ohio might - or not - follow suit.

Duration:00:49:37

Special New Year Reporter Roundtable

1/2/2019
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The 2018 lame duck session of the Ohio General Assembly ended in a rare post-Christmas session that saw Republicans fail to muster enough votes to override a veto of the controversial so-called Heartbeat Bill. The measure would have banned abortions when a fetal heartbeat is detected. Its prospects could change in the coming year, however, as a new governor takes office. Coming up, a special new year reporters roundtable helps you catch up on Ohio politics and public policy.

Duration:00:48:41