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Bill on arming teachers could include “school marshal program”

An Ohio Senate bill meant to reduce the amount of training needed for school personnel to be armed could be amended to create a...

Legislature considering lowering standards for armed teachers despite failed history of...

A piece of legislation that would reduce the amount of training needed to arm teachers in schools has a long history of similar attempts...

House considers ‘stand your ground’ bill; critics call it a racist...

Legalized lynching. Citizens’ license to kill. Codification of black men’s deaths.   These were just a few of the characterizations people offered to the Ohio House...

Hundreds support Ohio Senate public health crisis declaration on racism

A state Senate committee heard hours of testimony Tuesday supporting the declaration of racism as a public health crisis. Cosponsors Sen. Sandra Williams, D-Cleveland; and...

Police organization slams Ohio AG over training cuts

Protests have consumed U.S. cities since a black man died May 25 after Minneapolis police knelt on his neck for almost nine minutes. And...

DeWine won’t ‘critique’ handling of D.C. protests, but has sent Ohio...

Ohio earlier this week sent 100 members of the National Guard to serve under President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., where they’re likely to...

DeWine wants to help minorities and the poor, but he hasn’t...

As he deals with the twin challenges of civil unrest and a global pandemic, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine spoke passionately Tuesday about the need...

Biden highlights need for gun violence prevention in Columbus campaign stop

Awaiting Joe Biden’s appearance at the Driving Park Community Center on Columbus’ East Side, senior advisor Symone Sanders encountered campaign manager Greg Schultz near...

On 8th anniversary of Trayvon Martin shooting, committee fields ‘stand your...

Eight years to the day after George Zimmerman shot and killed an unarmed black teenager and thrust the phrase into the public lexicon, an...

Supreme court reviews challenge to drinking-and-guns ban: ‘How’s he… protecting anybody?’

A drunk person, in the sanctity of his home, has every right to lawfully use a firearm, Stephen Palmer argued before the Ohio Supreme...
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