September 27, 2011 For today's show, we collected four Planet Money radio stories that never made it to the podcast.
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August 19, 2011 The dueling campaigns over the repeal of Senate Bill 5, the Ohio law that would limit collective bargaining for public employees, are on track to spend $40 million or more by November. Where's that money coming from? And what does it mean for the controversial law's future?
March 31, 2011 Ohio Gov. John Kasich could sign just passed legislation as soon as Friday that curtails the collective-bargaining rights of the state's public employee unions. But foes are gearing up to try and undo it by pushing for a referendum on the November ballot.
March 2, 2011 In Wisconsin, Republican and Democratic lawmakers met in an effort to try and end their stalemate. Two Democratic lawmakers met secretly with the GOP state senate leader on Monday but there appeared to be no big breakthrough.
March 1, 2011 Wisconsin protesters won a victory when a county judge said they had the right, at least for now, to statehouse access. GOP state officials have been trying to tamp down the protests by restricting access.
February 28, 2011 It was a new week but with the same old standoffs in Wisconsin and beyond as Republicans still pushed bills to limit union rights. In Wisconsin, state officials began to try to regain control of the state capitol which had been crowded with pro-union protesters foro days.
February 23, 2011 Some updates from the state budget battles around the nation as of Feb. 23, 2011 midday. Wisconsin's general assembly continued work on the controversial budget repair bill. In Indiana, Democrats appeared to win a victory with the death of an anti-union right-to-work bill.
Jason Petroff leads cheers at a protest outside Ohio's Statehouse, Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011, in Columbus.
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February 22, 2011 Union protesters in Ohio chafed at the state police limiting how many could enter the state house. Meanwhile, some Republican lawmakers questioned GOP introduced legislation that would rein in collective bargaining.
September 20, 2010 A GOP landslide is possible if Ohio's Democratic leaning 13th Congressional District is any guide.
October 9, 2008 What's it take to win in Ohio?
October 9, 2008 Voting irregularities? Hopefully, not this time! Ohio's secretary of state, Jennifer Brunner, joins us to talk about how the state has prepared for the election on November 4th.
October 8, 2008 In the crucial swing state of Ohio, there is no campaign issue harder to quantify than the impact of Senator Obama's race.
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