IO President Janetta King will appear tonight (Jan. 18) at 8:30 and Sunday at 11 a.m. on WOSU-TV’s Columbus on the Record. Topics include gun regulation, education, Medicaid expansion and tax reform. Check your local public TV listings for other air times.
IO Communications Director Dale Butland will talk opposite Republican strategist Terry Casey on Columbus-based WBNS-10Tv’s Capitol Square on Sunday at 11 a.m. Butland and Casey will discuss gun regulation in one segment and Ohio politics in the show’s Two Sides segment.
Hopefully you know by now about our report, created in partnership with the Center for American Progress Action Fund, on how the Romney-Ryan economic and tax agenda will adversely affect Ohioans. If you don’t have time to read the entire report, how about taking a few minutes to hear from IO’s president, Janetta King.
In this video from an event in Columbus, Ohio earlier this week, King discusses exactly who would pay more in taxes if Mitt Romney were to become president and corrects some inaccuracies in a recent Columbus Dispatch editorial about the federal loan to the auto industry.