Live tonight: Get your questions answered on Issue 2


Are you confused about State Issue 2?

If so, you’re not alone. We’ve heard from many voters saying they don’t understand the prescription drug issue on the November ballot.

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RELATED: What is really going on with Issue 2?

The Dayton Daily News, WHIO TV, WHIO Radio, The League of Women Voters and Sinclair Community College are teaming up for an event to inform you on this important issue before Ohio votes this fall.

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Online: At 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 12, you can watch a debate on Issue 2 at DaytonDailyNews.com and on WHIO.com

On radio: Listen live on AM1290 and News 95.7 WHIO. Then call in with your questions during a live special starting at 8:30 p.m.

On Twitter: You can also speak out during the forum on our @Ohio_Politics Twitter page.

During the forum we will have representatives from both sides of the issue there to face questions from our reporters including WHIO-TV anchor James Brown, Dayton Daily News writer Katie Wedell and WHIO Radio’s Brittany Otto.

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