Home Biz & Labor

Biz & Labor

Mayors of U.S. cities plead for federal funds to alleviate housing...

WASHINGTON — The mayors of cities in Ohio, Montana and Arizona stressed the need for affordable housing to be included in any congressional infrastructure...

Ohio taxpayers again footing the bill for grant project aiding Amazon

The Ohio Senate wants the state to begin “asset testing” for food stamp assistance to ensure government aid only goes to those who truly...

Centene agrees to settle Medicaid claims with Ohio, Mississippi for $143...

In what could be a harbinger of more settlements, Medicaid managed-care contractor Centene on Monday settled potential fraud claims by Ohio and Mississippi for...

One economic index shows Ohio lagging

By one measure of economic output, Ohio has roughly performed at the national average in recent years. But by another measure — intended to take into account factors outside the marketplace — it's not clear the Buckeye State is doing so well, a new report says.

Ohio Senate passes state budget, negotiations with House to follow

The two legislative chambers have approved their respective versions of the two-year state operating budget. Now comes the heavy negotiating. Lawmakers in the Ohio Senate and...

Budget measure would undermine affordable housing for hundreds of thousands in...

Scores of Ohio business and social service organizations are voicing opposition to a move by Senate President Matt Huffman to raise taxes on housing...

Colonial Pipeline CEO: ‘One of the toughest decisions I have had...

WASHINGTON — The CEO of Colonial Pipeline, which underwent a ransomware attack in early May that led to massive shutdowns of gas stations across...

Ohio Budget: Lawmakers’ priorities not quite on target, advocates say

The money invested in a state budget should be fully reflective of the state’s values, public advocates say in arguing the current proposals considered...

Study: Work requirements for SNAP don’t increase employment numbers

New policy research suggests imposing work requirements upon people who receive food stamps can slash benefit rolls by more than 50% without producing much...

Ohio suits against drug middlemen headed for the long haul

Ohio has been one of the most active states litigating against drug middlemen, whom Attorney General Dave Yost accuses of bilking state agencies out...
Adjust Font Size