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Funding to reimburse Ohio law enforcement brings up concerns about warrant...

While Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine promotes gun reform laws, the state is offering law enforcement the chance to get reimbursed for funds spent apprehending...

Why Martin Luther King’s anti-racism crusade needs to be renewed

Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. was 39 years old when he was assassinated. Schools, streets and children are named in his honor in Africa....

Two more proposals seek to eliminate rape statute of limitations in...

An Ohio House Democrat is adding two more proposals to the legislature’s list of bills seeking to remove the statute of limitations for rape...

Nationwide study finds high ‘sexual victimization’ in Ohio, Dems and DeWine...

A recent study of self-reporting sexual abuse in the country’s juvenile corrections facilities yielded criticism of Ohio’s prison system and a call for more...

Bill would allow Ohio drivers to be pulled over for cell...

A Democratic Ohio House member introduced legislation Tuesday that would make using cell phones while driving a primary offense, meaning law enforcement would be...

Lawsuit claims state stonewalled request for documents on drugs used in...

An attorney claimed the state has stonewalled her public records request, for the second time since 2016, seeking documents on drugs Ohio uses for...

Democratic Ohio House member looks to introduce automatic voter registration bill

A new proposal to require voters to be automatically registered to vote could be filed in the Ohio House by the end of the...

Ohio is likely to lose a congressional seat. Here’s why that’s...

WASHINGTON — Ohio is projected to lose a U.S. House seat in the coming years, new data show — a change that would diminish...

Earning $19 a month in jail, man looks to Ohio Supreme...

Darren Taylor will likely spend the next 30 years incarcerated, where he earns $19 per month for prison work. On top of $6,500 in...

National group: Ohio among the worst in religious equality

A national civil rights organization that monitors states’ measures regarding religious equality has called Ohio one of the worst in the country.  Citing anti-abortion legislation...
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