This Week On Capitol Square
The new open enrollment period begins this weekend for the healthcare exchange and in an exclusive interview Health and Human Services Director Sylvia Burwell will tell us whether the controversial website is ready. Then, we’ll look ahead to the next legislative session and ask our guests - state Rep-Elect David Leland and Sen-Elect Jay Hottinger – whether any bipartisanship is possible at the statehouse. Controversy continues to swirl around outgoing Ohio Democratic Party chair Chris Redfern who was sued this week by a state Democratic lawmaker charging the state party with racism. We’ll hear from Senator Sherrod Brown on what he’s looking for in the next state Democratic Party chair. Then Mark Niquette from Bloomberg News will offer his analysis of the Redfern lawsuit. A new state law now requires drivers to slow down and change lanes when you see yellow lights flashing, but tow truck drivers say no one is paying attention putting their lives at risk. More on that, plus our political strategists Bob Clegg and Dale Butland will debate the top political issues of the week. Join Jim Heath and Tracy Townsend for Capitol Square this Sunday at 11:30 a.m. only on 10TV!