The battle over whether or not to extend Medicaid coverage to 275,000 Ohioans will be decided by the courts.
Governor Kasich found a back-door way to get tentative passage, despite his own Republican lawmakers declining to let the legislature take a vote.
What are the comparisons between Columbus and Washington politics here? What are the chances Kasich's opponents can prevail in the court?
Cleveland Councilman Joe Cimperman is facing some charges he says he's taking seriously.
His underdog opponent is asking how he can have voted for contracts for his wife's green space redesign firm without their being a conflict of interest?
Is this a legitimate issue, an election October surprise or both?
Few people expected Cleveland's school transformation to happen with problems and issues.
A lack of language, math and science teachers at John Adams High School has upset teachers and many who supported the levy.
Twenty percent of full-time teaching posts there have yet to be filled. What's being done to fill them?
How big a blemish is this in the school transformation plan?
Tom Beres discusses these questions with Cleveland.com conservative columnist Kevin O'Brien and Cuyahoga County Democratic Party Vice Chairman Blaine Griffin on this edition of Between the Lines.