The Greater Columbus Arts Council wants a seven percent tax placed on tickets or admission to all events in the city. The ticket-tax, which would raise money for the arts and bankroll upgrades to Nationwide Arena, includes sports games, concerts, performances, movies and events. Today on All Sides we discuss, the pros and cons of a ticket-tax in Columbus.
Emily Bench, staff reporter, Columbus Business First
Michael Gonidakis, spokesman for Advocates for Responsible Taxation, president of Ohio Right to Life
Don Brown, executive director of the Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority