Cincinnati attorney Rob Bilott, portrayed by Mark Ruffalo in the movie Dark Waters, details his 20 year battle to reveal the forever chemicals in our drinking water.  Bilott’s work on behalf of Parkersburg, West Virginia famer Wilber Tenant brought a settlement from DuPont following  the largest public health study in U.S. history showing six serious health ailments tied to chemicals made in their plant.  Ohio is now in the midst of a statewide test to measure the level of these forever chemicals.  The man who made the world aware of these dangerous chemicals details the long hard fight just now coming to the world’s attention.

Ohio Municipal League Executive Director Kent Scarrett joins John Damschroder to discuss the issues facing 938 cities and villages as they deal with state government.  Are the local tax hikes and fee increases tied to cuts in...
As Newspapers across the state including the Toledo Blade make cuts to staff and print production schedules, John Damschroder takes a look at the state of the newspaper industry with retired Ohio Newspaper Association President and Executive...
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, a native of Toledo joins host John Damschroder and Special Guest Jim Rush to discuss how the lessons of Northwest Ohio shape his leadership of economically dynamic and fast growing Arizona....